“14 Years Later, Progress Is Elusive for Supreme Court on Partisan Redistricting”

Marcia Coyle:

Stanford Law School’s Pamela Karlan, who filed an amicus brief on behalf of a group of law professors supporting the Wisconsin challengers, said the decision reflects “four justices who will never find this justiciable and four who will go along with whatever Justice Kennedy says if he would just say something.”

At least the court did not say, as it did in Vieth in 2004, that these claims are not justiciable, Karlan said. She added: “But 14 years later, it’s not a lot of progress.”

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