Democrats' court-packing push driven by left-wing writer who called for '10 new justices'
Added 05-13-21 02:29:02pm EST - “Four Democratic senators are meeting Wednesday with a Supreme Court-packing advocacy group, Demand Justice, to discuss legislation to add four seats to the high court.” - Foxnews.com
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Four Democratic senators are meeting Wednesday with a Supreme Court-packing advocacy group, Demand Justice, to discuss legislation to add four seats to the high court.
Democratic Reps. Ed Markey of Massachusetts, Jerry Nadler of New York, Mondaire Jones of New York and House Courts Subcommittee Chair Hank Johnson of Georgia, as well as former Vermont governor and DNC Chairman Howard Dean, Democratic Strategist Karen Finney and other activists will be at Wednesday's meeting to discuss the bill.
Democrats' push to expand the Supreme Court has gained momentum since President Biden took office, but Demand Justice has been leading the charge since around 2018, when the group's director, Brian Fallon, was first introduced to Elie Mystal, a justice correspondent for The Nation and executive editor of Above the Law.
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