Thursday round-up

Briefly:

In The Huffington Post, Alan Morrison weighs in on Evenwel v. Abbott, the “one person, one vote” case; he argues that, to “assure that states doing reapportionment follow the law . . . there must be one right answer to the question of what the baseline should be for drawing districts. The answer that has consistently been used is population.”
In The Washington Post, Chris Cillizza looks at the 2016 presidential election and its potential impact on the Court, describing the stakes as “remarkably high”: “Who wins the White House will shape not only the country over the following four years but could well leave an impact on the court that stretches decades beyond that.”

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