Manage episode 272892470 series 2292940
The death of 87-year-old Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has renewed debate over America’s highest judicial office. Like all federal judges, Supreme Court justices serve lifetime appointments on the court, as outlined in the Constitution. Because of increased lifespans, that often means more than three decades on the court, causing some to wonder if lifetime appointments are still appropriate.
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