When the founders were drafting the Constitution, a primary goal was to shield the judiciary from the political pressures of the day.
But today’s Supreme Court is not only highly political, it’s also polarized along partisan lines in a way that mirrors other broken political institutions. With lifetime appointments, justices are free to push their personal, ideological agendas for decades with almost no accountability. So how can we move the court away from partisanship and closer to the founders’ intent?
One compelling answer is 18-year term limits, but to make it happen, we need your members of Congress on board. Please send a letter, via the form below, asking them to support this proposal.
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