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Cross-examining the history and the future of the Supreme Court

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Non-scalable fencing was installed around the Supreme Court Building amid abortion-rights demonstrations on May 5, 2022 in Washington, DC.

Ethics and the Supreme Court are back (still?) in the news and in question. This hour, we are revisiting a show we did just over a year ago around the leaked draft of the Dobbs decision. In it we look at how the Supreme Court got so much power, why we have nine justices, how journalists cover the court, and the viability of proposed potential reforms.


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Colin McEnroe, Jonathan McNicol, and Cat Pastor contributed to this show, which originally aired May 10, 2022.

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Lily is the senior producer for The Colin McEnroe Show. She first worked at Connecticut Public as an intern in 2014. She has previously worked for WBUR, KUNC and as a producer for the New England News Collaborative's weekly show Next. Lily can be reached at ltyson@ctpublic.org.
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