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A bill sponsored by Sen. Ted Cruz would limit House members to three two-year terms and senators to two six-year terms.

Ted Cruz is right!

Natbony is the author and originator of The Lonely Realist.

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Single 18-year terms for justices? Not so fast.

LaRue writes at Structure Matters. He is former deputy director of the Eisenhower Institute and of the American Society of International Law.

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If we were to institute term limits on Supreme Court justices, there wouldn't be a political debate over Stephen Breyer's future, according to Collins and Ward.

Should the Supreme Court have term limits?

Collins is a professor of legal studies and political science at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Ward is a professor of political science at Northern Illinois University.

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The too-short term limit mistake

LaRue writes at Structure Matters. He is a former deputy director of the Eisenhower Institute and of the American Society of International Law.
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