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Washington Post calls for term limits for Supreme Court justices

‘Term limits should be high on Mr. Biden’s commission’s agenda,’ the Post encouraged

By Kelsey Koberg

Fox News

The Washington Post editorial board over the weekend called to establish term limits for Supreme Court justices, limiting them to 18 years on the bench, in an effort to ensure both Republicans and Democrats have “foreseeable, regular opportunities to nominate justices.”

The Post’s view came on the heels of Joe Biden’s Executive Order Friday to form a commission to “study” reforming the Supreme Court, including analysis of the “membership and size” and “length of service and turnover of justices” of the court, according to the White House.

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