gerrymandering

The Outlook For Fair Maps In 2021 Is Better Than You Think
Thanks to determined activism in key states, the next round of redistricting is shaping up to be a lot fairer than the last one.
The Supreme Court Won’t Stop Partisan Gerrymandering. Now What?
Despite the court’s antidemocratic ruling, there’s still a way forward.
UNITED STATES - OCTOBER 03: Shirley Connuck, right, holds up a sign representing a district in Texas, as the Supreme Court hears a case on partisan gerrymandering by state legislatures on October 3, 2017. (Photo By Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call)
How Republicans Stopped Worrying About The Right To Vote
The GOP launched a four-pronged plan in 2008 to undercut the American tenet of “one person, one vote.” We're now entering the final phase.
What North Carolina’s Unfair Political Maps Have To Do With Hurricanes
In states prone to natural disasters, a census undercount will have disastrous consequences.
RBG Gives Us A Lot To Chew On
attends the Cinema Cafe with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Nina Totenberg during the 2018 Sundance Film Festival at Filmmaker Lodge on January 21, 2018 in Park City, Utah.

Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg spoke today to the Second Circuit Judicial Conference and according to a copy of her prepared remarks dropped a number of tantalizing clues about some of the most important cases still pending before the Supreme Court this term.

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