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P.L. 112-84, To protect the safety of judges by extending the authority of the Judicial Conference to redact sensitive information contained in their financial disclosure reports, and for other purposes (12 wiki edits: view article ↓)

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H.R. 1059 would protect the safety of judges by extending the authority of the Judicial Conference to redact sensitive information contained in their financial disclosure reports.

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