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President Joe Biden's 36- member Supreme Court commission is "divided" on the issue of whether to expand the number of justices, according to materials prepared for a Friday discussion on reforming the nation's highest court. "As a legal matter, we conclude that Congress has broad power to structure the Supreme Court by expanding the number of Justices," a readout…
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