Supreme Court justices warn Congress about sequestration effects

Justices Anthony Kennedy and Stephen Breyer testified that the automatic budget cuts could result in delays, layoffs and errors in federal courts

The White House and Congress have already engaged in public squabbling over sequestration, and now the judiciary is getting in on the action.

Supreme Court Justices Anthony Kennedy and Stephen Breyer testified before Congress on Thursday about the impact that the automatic government budget cuts could have on the country’s courtrooms, Thomson Reuters reports.

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