JEFFERSON CITY — State Sen. Rick Brattin, R-Harrisonville, discusses his thoughts on a proposed federal attempt to increase the number of justices on the U.S. Supreme Court, commonly referred to as “court-packing.”
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Brattin-Podcast-042221 (2:53) Q: in my opinion.
- Senator Brattin says adding members to the U.S. Supreme Court is moving the goalposts because someone can’t get an agenda through.
Brattin-1-042221 (:28) Q: for our nation.
- Senator Brattin adds people can make their voices heard on this.
Brattin-2-042221 (:31) Q: in my opinion.
- Senator Brattin also says U.S. Supreme Court justices can serve for upwards of 50 years.
Brattin-3-042221 (:25) Q: last for generations.
- Senator Brattin says the Missouri General Assembly has ways to fight back.