Dean Vikram Amar is on Bloomberg discussing Arizona Governor Doug Ducey’s attempt to break up the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Amar said, “The real concern people have with the 9th Circuit is not whether it has so much work that it can’t do; it’s whether it’s too big to function properly and coherently.”
When asked if the governor's proposal would pass, Amar said, "It certainly won’t become law. Even if it were to pass Congress, the president would veto it. So I don’t see anything changing anytime soon."
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