“Dear Supremes, Stay Out of the Gerrymandering Business”

Over at National Review, Jay Cost asks the Court to leave redress of gerrymandering to the political process.

When the cause of action is a complaint that adherents of a plausible majority party have been intentionally and durably prevented from obtaining controlling power in the political process, in a state that has no mechanism for an independent ballot initiative, I confess that I’m not sure what “allow[ing] the people to sort these issues out for themselves” actually means.


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