Justice Elena Kagan, referring indirectly to the U.S. Supreme Court’s highly divisive rulings last term, told a University of Pennsylvania audience on Friday that “time will tell whether this is a court that can get back to finding common ground, to ratcheting down the level of decision-making so we can reach compromises.”

Kagan’s comments came while being interviewed by Elizabeth Magill, the new president of the university during Magill’s inaugural academic symposium.

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