“Justice Barrett Calls for Supreme Court to Adopt an Ethics Code; In a wide-ranging interview at the University of Minnesota that was disrupted temporarily by demonstrators, the justice said that ethics rules would help with greater public transparency”: Abbie VanSickle of The New York Times has this report.
John Fritze of USA Today has an article headlined “‘Good idea.’ Justice Amy Coney Barrett signals support for a Supreme Court ethics code; ‘There is no lack of consensus a، the justices,’ Barrett, a conservative, said of the desire to ،ld themselves to the ‘highest ethical standards.’”
Roc،e Olson of The Minneapolis Star Tribune reports that “Amy Coney Barrett takes on court ethics, collegiality in University Minnesota talk briefly marred by pro،rs; Pro،rs interrupted her minutes into the polite question-and-answer session with former Dean Robert Stein.”
Amirah Razman and Grace Henrie of The Minnesota Daily report that “Amy Coney Barrett speaks at Northrop amid student protests; The Supreme Court justice’s presence on campus sparked controversy.”
Lawrence Hurley of NBC News reports that “Justice Amy Coney Barrett says ethics rules for the Supreme Court would be a ‘good idea’; The conservative justice indicated support for a code of conduct similar to the one that applies to lower federal court judges.”
Ariane de Vogue of CNN has a report headlined “Amy Coney Barrett: Supreme Court ethics code would be a good idea.”
And Ellie Roth and Matt Sepic of Minnesota Public Radio news report that “Justice Amy Coney Barrett talks Supreme Court ethics code in visit to UMN amid pro،rs.”
At some point in the not too distant future, C-SPAN plans to post video of the event online via this link.
Posted at 11:10 AM
by Howard Bashman