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In this video, we look at the history of judicial ethics and probe the constitutionality of creating a code of conduct for Supreme Court justices. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas is under scrutiny for failing to disclose thousands of dollars of gifts, luxury trips, tuition assistance, and real estate purchases from Texas billionaire and Republican donor Harlan Crow. (Video by Tanya Lukyanova; Senior Producer, Andrew Satter; Executive Producer, Josh Block)
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