Supreme Court upholds congressional map accused of racial gerrymandering
The Supreme Court appears ready to strike another blow at the Voting Rights Act. In a 5-4 decision Monday night, they upheld a congressional map a lower court had tossed out.
Host Scott Tong discusses the implications with Harvard Law professor Guy-Uriel Charles.
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