On the campaign trail, packing the Supreme Court became a hot topic. Candidate Joe Biden refused to say whether he was in favor of it or not, but promised to study the matter. To that end, on April 9 he signed an Executive Order establishing a 34-member bipartisan commission to hold public meetings, evaluate reform proposals, and deliver a report in 6 months.
How much teeth does this commission have? Adam Carrington, associate professor at Hillsdale College’s Van Andel Graduate School of Statesmanship weighs in.
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