Do Your Job (Part 1 of 2)
Only Congress and State/Territory/Local legislatures can make law, not the Courts. But the courts need tools to force these legislatures to change laws and bills when they are found lacking.
Previously existing “contempt” laws should be made available to the Courts to use against legislators that attempt to circumvent the rulings of the Courts. This could also include wasting the Court’s time and resources with frivolous new versions of laws that have already been overturned.
Members of the Executive Branch — including the President — should clearly be specified as not immune from criminal nor civil charges.