“John Roberts Just Told Congress How to Fix Bad Supreme Court Decisions”

David Gans in Slate on Allen v. Milligan as a template for the exercise of Congress’s power to enforce the Fifteenth Amendment more broadly that the Court construes it. I detect some tension between this piece and Rick Hasen’s one in Slate expressing concern that the Court may rollback Congress’s enforcement power based on the unresolved temporal argument that Justice Kavanaugh flagged in his key concurrence.

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