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Biden’s Supreme Court commission to meet as abortion debate reignites

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By Andrew Chung (Reuters) – President Joe Biden’s commission to study potential changes to the U.S. Supreme Court, including expanding the number of justices as some liberal activists have urged, is set to hold its first public meeting on Wednesday, two days after the court charged back into the battle over abortion. The Democratic president signed an executive order on April 9 creating the 36-member commission to examine possible changes to the nation’s top judicial body including expanding beyond the current nine justices or applying term limits instead of lifetime appointments. The court ha…

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