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“9 terrible things Neil Gorsuch could do in his first full term on the Supreme Court”

Source, Ian Millhiser at ThinkProgress: 9 terrible things Neil Gorsuch could do in his first full term on the Supreme Court I’m still depressed over Gorsuch. In the middle of last night, I began thinking about unions, especially teachers’ unions, … Continue reading

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SCOTUS weighs in big on gerrymandering

Here’s the whole story in DailyKos Elections Digest today. Could this mean the Supreme Court is ready to decide against gerrymandering election districts throughout the U.S? There’s the important Wisconsin case which should come before it soon. And I’m wondering … Continue reading

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Be still, my beating heart! Voting rights litigation around the country

Got so excited reading this calm and lucid summary of what’s going on around the country, state by state, with voting rights litigation. I.e., anti-gerrymandering and anti-voter ID lawsuits. At least one of these lawsuits–Wisconsin’s Whitford v. Gill–could change everything. … Continue reading

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