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The Supreme Court Is About to Make Rulings That Will Shape Elections for Years to Come

Recent signals from the Court suggest extreme politics may step on voting rights. The U.S. Supreme Court, dominated by a Republican-appointed majority, is poised to issue a series of voting rights rulings this spring that will set the stage for elections for years to come.The majority of these cases involve gerrymandering—a process in which legislatures, in states with one-party rule, draw electoral districts to lock down their power after the once-a-decade U.
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