Federal Court, Once Again, Rules North Carolina’s GOP-Gerrymandered Congressional Districts Unconstitutional
Decadelong Republican Gerrymanders Could Be Undone by Reckless GOP Emails
Michigan Voters Want a Chance to End Partisan Gerrymandering. Republican Judges Might Not Let Them.
This Term, the Supreme Court Weaponized the First Amendment
With Kennedy’s Retirement, Trump Inherits a Tsunami of Power
Alito and Sotomayor Are Fighting Over Who Gets the Right to Vote in America. Alito Is Winning.
John Roberts’ Supreme Court Is Too Afraid of Public Outcry to Decide Anything
Justice Kennedy Still Won’t Rule on Gerrymandering
The Supreme Court Punted on Partisan Gerrymandering. The Fight to Kill It Is Far From Over.
Two Dozen Voters Placed in Wrong District Might Have Cost Democrats a Virginia House Race Decided by Drawing Lots
If Texas Is the Future of America, We’re in Trouble
The Supreme Court Could Take a Lesson From the Emoluments Judge
The Supreme Court Appears No Closer to Solving Partisan Gerrymandering After Yet Another Oral Argument
A Retiring GOP Congressman Explains How to Deal With Donald Trump’s Chaos
Supreme Court, District Court Reject Pennsylvania Republicans’ Effort to Save Their Gerrymander
Democrats Could Score a Major Upset In Pennsylvania Next Month. Don’t Read Too Much Into It.
How the “I Cut, You Choose” Method of Redistricting Could Fix a Broken System
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court Didn’t Just Kill a Gerrymander. It Restored the State’s Democracy.
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Issues Redistricted Congressional Map
Pennsylvania Just Gave Every State Court a Blueprint to Strike Down Partisan Gerrymandering