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Ginsburg warned against court packing, said it would make Supreme Court 'look partisan'

The confirmation battle over Judge Amy Coney Barrett has reignited calls to expand the U.S. Supreme Court should Democrats capture the White House and Senate in the November election — even though Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a strong opponent to the practice.

The Supreme Court has had nine justices for more than 150 years, but the Constitution does not require nine. Congress sets that number.  "Nine seems to be a good number.

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