Two conservative members of President Joe Biden’s bipartisan commission examining the public debate over U.S. Supreme Court reform, including whether to increase the number of justices, are no longer on the panel. Caleb Nelson, a law professor at the University of Virginia who clerked for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, and Jack Goldsmith, a law professor at Harvard who clerked for retired Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, have resigned from the commission, according to Bloomberg. “These two commissioners have chosen to bring their involvement to a close,” White House spokesman Andrew Bates said in an emailed statement to Bloomberg. “We respect their decision and very much appreciate the significant contributions that they made during the last 5 months in terms of preparing for these deliberations.” The White House didn’t specify the reason for the resignations. The resignations came before the commission held a public meeting on Oct. 15 to discuss …


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