SCOTUS hears potentially landmark case on election gerrymandering

The Supreme Court is taking up a case on gerrymandering and whether the Republican Party has unconstitutionally drawn districts to prevent Democrats from winning in Wisconsin. The case could affect the 2020 elections. The high court also ruled the federal government can’t refuse to grant trademark protections that some consider offensive, like the Washington Redskins.


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