Jen Psaki press briefing Oct. 13
7:30PM Oct 15, 2021
researchers presented their findings to the president yet. Just to review them in advance what we expect is for public reporting. Right so, so here's where the stances is that they have processes in the government how fun. So the commission will release the draft preliminary discussion materials tomorrow, which is their, their timeline or their was their deadline and they will meet that meet that timeline. These have not been submitted to the White House for edits or feedback on and their release will be followed by a public meeting of the Commission on Friday, they will then form their final report and submit it to the president in mid November so that is the process that will transpire from here. And like we've said previously, our objective here is to allow for this process made up of a diverse range of experts and voices to move forward on and represent different viewpoints and we're not going to comment on it or the President wouldn't comment on it until a report is final and he has the chance to review it at that period of time, if I may, let me just remind people of what they are looking at, so that when you see this preliminary discussion materials released you will know what you're looking for. The Commission on Supreme Court is a group of about 30 members representing a wide spectrum of different viewpoints. Its mission was to evaluate a number of questions that have prompted calls for reform in a different in a number of different areas and importantly, it will analyze both arguments in favor and against such proposals. So the topics they're examining include the origins of the reform debate, the courts role in the constitutional system the length of service and turnover of the justices on the court, the membership and size of the court, and the courts case selection rules and practices, and that's what they'll be looking at, which will be reflected in the preliminary discussion materials.