Supreme Court Says No New Voting Districts, and PCBs in Malibu Schools

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In a rare unanimous decision, the U.S. Supreme Court has rejected a proposal to redraw voting districts based on eligible voters. Why, and what does it mean for elections?

Then, parents of students in Malibu are suing the school district there over the presence of PCBs, a now banned construction material, in window caulking. Is it a health threat?

Then, in our regular Monday TV roundup, a look at what’s popular in online content.

Next, Madeleine interviews the filmmakers behind a documentary about photographer Robert Mapplethorpe premiering on HBO tonight.

And finally, in the latest installment of our series “L.A. Dwellings,” Press Play producer Anna Scott profiles the longtime property manager of a building in Hollywood who’s also a little-known civil rights pioneer.