BREAKING: Supreme Court strikes down a key part of 1965 Voting Rights Act
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The Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld a civil rights law that requires some states to get federal permission to change their voting rules, but it struck down the formula for which jurisdictions are covered — leaving it to Congress to redraw the map.
A bit behind the news cycle, but the need for election reform in the U.S. is always timely, I think.
The United States will never do this. The U.S. will never look to other nations for ideas on how to do things, whether...
I was talking to my friend Natalie about this earlier. The fact that we have such a clusterfuck of byzantine regulations...
Smart, interesting & informed ideas for how to federalize election law in the U.S.