2023 Supreme Court Justices’ financial disclosures released

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Recent financial disclosures from U.S. Supreme Court justices reveal various gifts and income sources for the year 2023, shedding light on the justices’ financial activities and external earnings.

Justice Kentanji Brown Jackson

Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson received four tickets to a Beyoncé concert from the singer herself, valued at more than $3,700. She also received over $893,000 as an advance for her forthcoming memoir.

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Justice Clarence Thomas

Justice Clarence Thomas disclosed two trips in 2019, both gifted by major GOP donor Harlan Crow. One trip was to Bali, potentially costing up to $500,000, and another to a private club in California, possibly Bohemian Grove. This revelation follows a ProPublica investigation that found Justice Thomas accepted numerous vacations from Crow over two decades. Justice Thomas previously argued that such personal hospitality did not require disclosure, but he amended his earlier report to include these trips.

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Justice Brett Kavanaugh

Justice Brett Kavanaugh disclosed $340,000 for his upcoming “legal memoir.”

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Justice Neil Gorsuch

Justice Neil Gorsuch listed book royalties without specific amounts listed within his disclosure.

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Justice Sonia Sotomayor

Justice Sonia Sotomayor also listed book royalties without specific amounts listed within her disclosure as well.

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Justice Samuel Alito

Justice Samuel Alito requested a 90-day extension for his financial disclosure report, delaying the release of his information.

These disclosures, required annually, are shared to provide transparency and accountability for the justices’ financial interactions and potential conflicts of interest.

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