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Karen K. Siegel sends drafts of Judicial Conference alternatives to the Biden Bill to members of the subcommittee on the bill

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The Judicial Conference's proposed revision to the Biden Bill

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Administrative Office Director L. Ralph Mecham transmits proposed revisions to the Biden Bill and a letter from Chief Justice William Rehnquist to members of the Judicial Conference Subcommittee on the Biden Bill.

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The executive Committee's endorsements & dissents regarding the Biden Bill

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Administrative Office Director L. Ralph Mecham transmits proposed revisions to the Biden Bill and a letter from Chief Justice William Rehnquist to members of the Judicial Conference Subcommittee on the Biden Bill.

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Karen K. Siegel transmits the Judicial Conference's Statement of Principles regarding S. 2027 to the chairman and members of the subcommittee on the Biden Bill

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Wayne D. Brazil transmits the Judicial Conference's Statement of Principles Regarding S. 2027 to Karen K. Siegel

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A press release from the Administrative Office detailing the Judicial Conference's position on S. 2027 and H.R. 3898

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Press release from the Administrative Office noting the Judicial Conference opinions and resolutions on the Powell Ad hoc Committee on Habeas Corpus Involving Capital Cases and on the movement for reform of case management practices in civil litigation

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In a memorandum to the chairman and members of the Judicial Conference, the executive committee recommends that the Judicial Conference oppose S. 2027 as it is currently drafted and instead offer its own plan and recommendations for case management reform.

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