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FTC Op-Ed: The Difference Between Congressional and Judicial Term Limits

NextjusticeWith a strong populist sentiment afoot nationally, citizens have once again turned to the idea of term limits as a way of curtailing entrenched power in Washington.

Yet there’s a major difference between congressional and judicial term limits, writes Fix the Court executive director Gabe Roth in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.

“Members of Congress may be term-limited by their constituents, who can simply vote them out,” Roth writes. Yet the¬†Supreme Court “is a different story.”

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