Alison LaCroix Speaks with ABC7 Chicago About the Supreme Court Term

US Supreme Court immunity decision again spurs talk of adding justices, term limits

Blockbuster Supreme Court decisions, like overturning Roe v. Wade, and Monday's ruling on presidential immunity, have some questioning the state of the nation's highest court.

Recent action by the justices is setting off new conversations about Supreme Court reform.

It's been a busy and volatile term for SCOTUS.

"I think one of the things we see in the Trump vs. U.S. is that the court is really inserting themselves into the midst of this highly politicized issue," said Alison LaCroix, a University of Chicago law professor.

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