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The Justices' Financial Disclosures Are Due Today. But When Will the Public See Them?

In case you were wondering how much Microsoft stock Chief Justice Roberts owns (unclear, as he may have sold it recently) or how often Justice Sotomayor left the country on someone else’s dime, the justices’ 2016 financial disclosure reports are due, by law, to the Administrative Office of U.S. Courts today.

That doesn’t mean we will see them today, of course.

It typically takes five to seven weeks for the judiciary to release them to the media and public.

One bonus this year is that instead of receiving them by paper for $0.20 per page, we will receive them on a thumb drive, which hopefully will make them easier to upload to our site.

Stay tuned.

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