May 5, 2007
CJ Roberts: Blame Congress for our Declining Caseload
Usually you hear politicians blasting judges for activism; now, CJ Roberts blasted Congress for not being activist enough.
Well, sort of.
What he really said was that one of the three key reasons why the Supreme Court's case load is declining is because Congress hasn't enacted much meaningful legislation in two or three decades.
You can read the full story about his remarks to the Alaska Bar Association here.
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