Life tenure for U.S. Supreme Court justices is a good thing, Elena Kagan said Wednesday, but she also sees possible merit in switching to 18-year terms so that “no single nomination would be a life or death thing.”

While debate over term limits and other reforms for the Supreme Court has ramped up recently, justices have generally steered clear of the discussion.

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