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The best legal pro bono org on Wisconsin gerrymandering case

Source: SCOTUS Set To Hear First Partisan Gerrymandering Case in a Decade | Brennan Center for Justice And this, adding to everything we need to know about what happened in Wisconsin and other states, and how we now have to … Continue reading

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It’s the Supreme Court, stupid!

The estimable Adam Liptak, the New York Times’ Supreme Court reporter, laid out today a particular reason why this election is so important for the Court. And in the process, he told me something I did not know about how … Continue reading

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It’s the Supreme Court, stupid!

Today’s New York Times Sunday Review section has a strong essay by a guy named Daniel K. Williams, a history professor at a university in Georgia, who describes why the evangelical white population, a/k/a “values voters,” are supporting Donald Trump. … Continue reading

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