One of the bedrock principles of democracy is that nobody is above the law--not even Supreme Court justices like Clarence Thomas.
Thomas has flouted the law for years by failing to disclose his wife's substantial income despite being legally required to report it.
That is why U.S. Representative Louise Slaughter is demanding that the Judicial Conference, an administrative arm of the court, uphold the Ethics in Government Act by referring Thomas' apparent misdeeds to the Attorney General for further investigation.
Rep. Slaughter has written a letter to Chief Justice John Roberts, who is the presiding officer of the Judicial Conference, about this, and she has invited Americans to add their voice by co-signing the letter (which you can read below).
Add your name to Rep. Slaughter's letter demanding action on Clarence Thomas.