Kavanaugh ‘Hopeful’ Supreme Court Will Take ‘Concrete Steps’ On Ethics

“To the extent that we can increase confidence, we’re working on that,” Kavanaugh said.

  • Justice Brett Kavanaugh said Thursday that he was “hopeful” that the Supreme Court would take “concrete steps” to move forward to address ethics issues at the high court.
  • Speaking at a judicial conference in Ohio, Kavanaugh referred to Chief Justice John Roberts’s comments from May, when he said the justices were committed to addressing ethical concerns as a group, as public confidence remained at record lows.
  • “The chief justice spoke about that in May and said that we are continuing to work on those issues, and that is accurate. We are continuing to work on those issues, and I’m hopeful that there will be some concrete steps taken soon on that,” Kavanaugh said at the conference, according to multiple reports, in response to a question on “perceived ethical issues.”
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