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court stripping
 n.— «Though Mr. DeLay in previous years has raised impeachment as a possibility, his recent focus is for Congress to limit judges’ jurisdiction—”court stripping” in the parlance of opponents.» —“Politics: Courts stuck in the fray” by Michelle Mittelstadt Dallas Morning News (Texas) Apr. 9, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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