Aaron Mendelson writes for The Center for Public Integrity that, “across the country, state high courts wield enormous power over abortion, LGBTQ+ rights and elections, among other issues. But judicial ethics at the state level receive scant attention.”

“I hear people talking about these federal conflicts of interest. And it’s terrible,” said Billy Corriher of the People’s [Parity] Project, who has written widely about state high courts. “But what we’re seeing at the state level is just a whole different level of potential conflict of interest and corruption.”

Read more in The Center for Public Integrity.