As they enter their second term, the Supreme Court’s two newest justices have decided, at least temporarily, to stick with the Court’s clerk-pooling arrangement, despite concerns that it gives law clerks too much power.

In brief interviews in recent weeks, both Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. and Justice Samuel Alito Jr. said they will stay in the “cert pool,” as it is called, for the current term.

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