While a bill to split the nation’s largest federal appeals court lies dormant in Congress, that didn’t prevent grumbling at the opening of the 9th Circuit’s annual judicial conference over repeated efforts to divide the circuit.

Among judges at the conference, one expressed concern that members of the U.S. Supreme Court may join the split camp, and others criticized a recent newspaper opinion column that linked circuit size to the likelihood of “extreme” decisions.

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