Mark Tushnet

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Professor of Constitutional Law and legal historian at Harvard Law School; author of the forthcoming book, In the Balance: Law and Politics on the Roberts Court

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The President says he is "deeply disappointed" with  today's decision  by a divided US Supreme Court, this time over the voting rights of blacks and other minority citizens.

Another Split Decision, Another Political Firestorm

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