Marcia Johnson-Blanco

Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law

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Co-Director of the Voting Rights Project for the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law

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Twelve years after  Bush versus Gore , there's still dispute about the US Supreme Court's split decision giving George W. Bush the presidency of the United States.

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Remember  Bush versus Gore ?  That was the Florida case that gave George W. Bush the presidency — on a split decision by the US Supreme Court.

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