🔥TIME for TRANSPARENCY on the highest court in the land?
🔥The question might not be common, but it is currently more than a curious sidebar issue for some powerful senators in Washington if you follow the storyline in the clips below.
🔥Yet, we cannot forget the US Constitution gives the Senate approval power for SCOTUS appointments; no oversight power for SCOTUS operations. Indeed, there is no government agency so allowed. Still, Congress may investigate whatever they want.
According to one story (linked below), two senators have asked the U.S. Marshals Service
for information on where U.S. Supreme Court
justices might have traveled, saying that it would improve transparency.
“The justices of our highest court are subject to the lowest standards of transparency of any senior officials across the federal government,” wrote Sens. Sheldon Whitehouse
(D-R.I.) and John Kennedy
(R-La.), a letter dated June 4, which was made public June 8. They asked the Marshals Service for “all documents” related to trips taken by justices over the past decade.