Could the Supreme Court Remake California Politics?

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In 1964, the US Supreme Court’s "one person, one vote" ruling gave new political power to minorities and young people in urban centers — especially Los Angeles.  Now the Court may decide that a "person" should be defined as an "eligible voter," and that could turn the tables again -- with new power for rural areas and the suburbs, where voters are older, richer and whiter.  We hear how that could re-make city councils, county boards of supervisors, and the state legislature.

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Warren Olney


Katie Cooper