Supreme Court Rules to Preserve One Person, One Vote

The Supreme Court has soundly rejected a new way of drawing voting districts. The justices said no to creating districts based on eligible voters, leaving in place the status quo: districts apportioned by the number of people living in them. In a rare unanimous decision, the court said that the change would be a threat to the American idea of “one person, one vote.”  


Jessica Levinson - Professor, LMU's Loyola Law School in Los Angeles - @LevinsonJessica

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