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Shutting down judicial travel, cont'd

A provision in the judicial pay raise act would revive earlier attempts to shut down judicial seminars of the law-and-economics variety, and also torpedo a lot of judicial travel for other purposes, such as the giving of speeches at law schools, reports John Fund in the WSJ.

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