An unlikely alliance on the Supreme Court could end two of the nation’s worst gerrymanders

A Supreme Court decision invalidating a partisan gerrymander is the Holy Grail of voting rights litigation and, just like the Arthurian Grail, has evaded the boldest and the brightest seekers for many years. And yet Tuesday’s oral arguments in Rucho v. Common Cause and Lamone v. Benisek — challenges to two of the most aggressive gerrymanders in […]

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