Tag Archives: Supreme Court of the United States

American war on women reaches the Supreme Court

Got this from the estimable SCOTUSblog: At Aeon, Tonja Jacobi and Dylan Schweers explain that their “new research on interruptions among justices during Supreme Court oral arguments indicates that women still do not have an equal opportunity to be heard in … Continue reading

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Overjoyed: SCOTUS comes up big (5-3) on voting rights!!!

Source: Breaking and Analysis: Supreme Court on 5-3 Vote Affirms NC Racial Gerrymandering Case, with Thomas in Majority and Roberts in Dissent | Election Law Blog (Rich Hasen) Just when I was thinking the only big news today would be … Continue reading

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“When Does Political Gerrymandering Cross a Constitutional Line?”

If you want to understand the monstrous effect gerrymandering has had in our elections, and the history of efforts to combat it, here’s this clear and beautifully written article by Adam Liptak. Source: When Does Political Gerrymandering Cross a Constitutional … Continue reading

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