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The Emerging Republican Majority

Now that the Democrats lost all four of the special House elections (or maybe three given the sketchy trustworthiness of voting machines in Georgia) we now know that Trump’s “disapproval” rating..
Huffington Post

The Impact Of the Fair Representation Act: African American Voting Rights and Representation In The Deep South

This post was written with FairVote Legal Director Drew Penrose, and Legal Fellow Dave O’Brien. The United States continues to fall short in fairly reflecting its diversity in elected offices. Our..
Huffington Post

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News video: Supreme Court to hear Wisconsin gerrymandering case

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The Supreme Court announces Monday it will hear the appeal of a lower court's ruling saying Wisconsin Republicans violated the Constitution by re-drawing the states electoral districts to disadvantage..
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Supreme Court Has Historic Chance to End Extreme Gerrymandering

(AP Photo/Eric Gay) Texas State Senator Juan "Chuy" Hinojosa looks at maps prior to a redistricting committee hearing in Austin on May 30, 2013. Americans are fed up with gerrymandering. The most..
The American Prospect

US Supreme Court Faced With 'Landmark Case' in Wisconsin Gerrymandering Dispute


RIA Nov.

As Term Winds Down, Supreme Court Says It Will Take On Political Gerrymandering

The Supreme Court has for decades forbidden racial gerrymandering, but it has repeatedly shied away from addressing partisan gerrymandering.
NPR

Gerrymandering: Drawing districts for political advantage

WASHINGTON (AP) " The Supreme Court said Monday it will decide whether Republican lawmakers in Wisconsin drew electoral districts so out of whack with the state's political breakdown that they violated..
New Zealand Herald

Tuesday's Morning Email: Why The Georgia Special Election Today Matters Nationally

-TOP STORIES- (And want to get The Morning Email each weekday? Sign up here. *WHY THE GEORGIA SPECIAL ELECTION TODAY MATTERS NATIONALLY *Health care advocates believe this is the last chance to..
Huffington Post

At what point does politics-as-usual become unconstitutional?

Gerrymandering — the practice of drawing district lines in a way that gives one political party disproportionate power in Congress or a state legislature — is a time-dishonored practice in American..
L.A. Times

In gerrymander case, Supreme Court takes on long history of brazen political self-dealing

Gerrymandering, the practice of drawing self-serving political boundaries, is as old as the country itself. Its impetus, one could argue, is even older and deeper-seated, grounded in the fundamentals..
L.A. Times

Supreme Court to Consider Limits on Gerrymandering

The Supreme Court agreed to consider whether there are constitutional limits to how far lawmakers can go in drawing electoral districts to maximize partisan political advantage, a case that could have..
Wall Street Journal

Wisconsin gerrymandering case could have profound effect in Virginia

The Supreme Court said Monday it will consider whether gerrymandered election maps favoring one political party over another violate the Constitution, a potentially fundamental change in the way..
dailypress.com

US Supreme Court Gives Sex Offenders More Freedom Online

us supreme court gives sex offenders more freedom online
Watch VideoIn a unanimous decision, the Supreme Court struck down a law that prevented sex offenders from using social media. The 2008 law from North Carolina sought to prevent registered sex..
Newsy

Deserved Or Not, Georgia House Race Will Have Consequences

After tomorrow night’s special House election results in the sixth congressional district in Georgia (”GA-6”) are known, there will be a bumper crop of political commentary attempting to explain..
Huffington Post

Gerrymandering Case Echoes in Inkblot-Like Districts Across the U.S.

The Supreme Court announced it would hear a Wisconsin gerrymandering case, attracting the attention of other states locked in redistricting battles.
NYTimes.com

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