by Caroline Cox
In The New York Times, Adam Liptak reports on the Supreme Court's decision to hear a Texas redistricting case, Evenwel v. Abbott, that considers the meaning of "one person, one vote."
Michael Li and Eric Petry explain at the blog for the Brennan Center for Justice how this redistricting case could radically change how voting districts are drawn throughout the country.
Richard L. Hasen provides commentary on the case at Slate, arguing that conservatives are asking the Court to restrict states' rights in challenging the "one person, one vote" precedent.
At The New Republic, Brian Beutler writes about comments of former Republican Senator Olympia Snowe that suggest the conservative argument in King v. Burwellis based on lies.
At PrawfsBlawg, Howard Wasserman explores why the Supreme Court has not provided a decision in Elonis v. United States.