Earlier this year, President Biden signed an executive order enacting a commission to explore potential reforms to the Supreme Court. Much of their discussion has focused on ways to make the partisan makeup of the Court more representative of the electorate at large - whether that be through term limits on justices or adding seats.

While the focus of the debate around the Supreme Court has focused on partisanship, is this the biggest problem the judiciary branch faces?

Gabe Roth of Fix the Court argues that, while partisanship on the Supreme Court is a growing problem, a lack of transparency and loose enforcement of ethics violations creates room for conflicts of interest and a potentially lethal loss in credibility. He joins me on this episode of YDHTY to discuss.

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