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Why We Need a Fully Functioning Supreme Court

With the Supreme Court now starting its second term at diminished capacity, some commentators are trying to make lemonade out of lemons, suggesting that it's a good thing that the Court only has eight justices. According to one of these commentators, for example, we're better off if the Court doesn't make big decisions and instead leaves those questions to be worked out through the political process.
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