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Essential Politics: One person, one vote, nine justices

Good morning from the state capital. I'm Sacramento bureau chief John Myers, today's Essential Politics host. For sheer drama when it comes to the future of politics in California and across the nation, you'd be hard pressed to beat Tuesday morning's oral arguments in front of the U.S. Supreme...
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