Law professor Jonathan Turley makes good arguments for expanding the size of the Supreme Court. I agree with him, although I’d expand his proposal to include splitting the Supreme Court into two courts of 19-members each. One court would serve as an appellate court, and the other as a constitutional court (like Germany’s) that would review government legislation and activity without needing the impetus of a case that has percolated up through other courts.
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