The grass roots political battle over congressional-term limits may play itself out next year before the Supreme Court. The Justices agreed to hear arguments next October about whether Arkansas voters can restrict the number of years U.S. Representatives can serve. An Arkansas appeals court threw out the state constitutional amendment limiting politicians' terms in office, as have courts in Washington and Nebraska this year. Fifteen states enacted similar laws during the "vote-the-bums-out" fervor of the last half decade.