The Worst Fear for Elected Officials in Southern California

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In 1964, the US Supreme Court revolutionized political power by ruling that all people should be represented equally: one person, one vote — in Congress, the state legislature and local jurisdictions. But it never said just what it meant by a "person." Now it’s agreed to consider defining "people" not as the whole population, but as the number of eligible voters. That could mean big change.

Credits

Guests:
Jessica Levinson - law professor at Loyola Law School - @LevinsonJessica, Tony Quinn - Republican political consultant, Arturo Vargas - National Organization of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials - @ArturoNALEO

Host:
Warren Olney

Producer:
Katie Cooper