Justice's wife cited
A conserative advocacy group led by the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas was cited for fundraising without being registered by Virginia law. Virginia's Office of Consumer Affairs sent a letter to Virginia Thomas who is president of Libery Central, Inc., telling her the group has to follow the law. A lawyer for the group said they paperwork would be sent by Friday. The group says it was waiting to be established as a nonprofit before registering and that status was given this week.