WASHINGTON — Two senators launched a bipartisan invoice on Wednesday aimed toward forcing the Supreme Court docket to determine an ethics code after latest revelations that some justices had not disclosed items, journey and property offers.

Senators Angus King, an unbiased from Maine who caucuses with Democrats, and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, a centrist Republican, launched the laws, which might additionally require the courtroom to nominate an official to look at potential conflicts and public complaints.

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