March 14, 2019
Unpacking Partisanship: Is it Time for the Supreme Court to Crack Partisan Gerrymandering?
This Term, the Supreme Court will once again tackle the issue of partisan redistricting when it reviews two cases to determine whether state legislatures violated the Constitution by intentionally diluting their citizens' votes for partisan purposes. What test might the Court adopt for determining when redistricting is legitimate or illegitimate, and what are the implications of the various possibilities? How is the Supreme Court, now without Justice Kennedy, likely to rule on the merits? Listen to the discussion answering some of these pressing issues.
Kareem Crayton, Interim Executive Director, Southern Coalition for Social Justice
Nicholas Stephanopoulos, Professor of Law, Herbert and Marjorie Fried Research Scholar, University of Chicago Law School
Jenni Katzman, moderator, Director of Policy and Program, ACS
Blog: Will the Supreme Court Rein in Partisan Gerrymandering? by Allison Riggs