Unanimous Supreme Court solidifies principle of one person, one vote. All good, right? Mostly good, yes.
But if you're used to picking through the dissents (or in this the case the concurring opinions) of the conservative justices, looking for the clues to the next conservative legal attack on this or that longstanding precedent, you saw something in Justice Alito's concurrence to give you pause -- unless you're one of the architects of the current conservative grand legal strategy, in which case you might have had a gleam in your eye.
Tierney Sneed reports.