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The chamber of the U.S. House of Representatives
The chamber of the U.S. House of Representatives, whose composition has lagged well behind the growth of population. Its membership was set by statute in 1911 at 435 and has not changed while the country has grown more than threefold since that time. (AP file photo)

Perspectives: It’s Congress, not Court, that needs ‘packing’

The issue of "court packing," at least as a partisan political matter, probably is not going to go away, though Supreme Court justices prefer to not address the topic.

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