A nonpartisan court reform group is urging Congress to adopt a new approach to changing the U.S. Supreme Court, a combination of term limits and court expansion.

Fix The Court Executive Director Gabe Roth said the proposal is based on what is known as “backup law” or “contingent design,” a concept floated in a law review article last year by G. Michael Parsons of New York University Law School.

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