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WASHINTON, DC – Even liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg opposes Democrat presidential candidates’ Court-packing plan to expand the U.S. Supreme Court with new seats in which to install liberal justices, leaving their party in an awkward position of being too far to the left for the most liberal member of the nation’s highest court.
“It would make the Court look partisan,” Ginsburg told National Public Radio’s Nina Totenberg. Otherwise stated, it means a political party says, “When we’re in power, we’re going to … have more people who would vote the way we want them to.”
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Sens. Kamala Harris (CA), Elizabeth Warren (MA), Kirsten Gillibrand (NY), and Mayor Pete Buttigieg (IN) have all announced their intention to create however many seats they need to fundamentally change the balance of a coequal branch of government if any of them wins the presidency in 2020.
The leader of the Court’s liberal bloc objects, pointing out that while Congress has the power to change the law to determine the number of seats on any federal court, the number on the Supreme Court has been constant for so many years that changing the number would be a step that many would find troubling.
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The Court has had nine justices since Congress passed the Judiciary Act of 1869,...
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