It’s starting to look like “court-packing” may not be as dead in the water as some Republican lawmakers said it was in December.
The General Assembly passed House Bill 239 this week, which would reduce the Court of Appeals from 15 judges to 12 and add more than 100 cases per year to the state Supreme Court’s workload. Gov. Roy Cooper plans to veto the legislation.
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