Ilya Shapiro is a senior fellow in constitutional studies at the Cato Institute, which filed an amicus brief in Evenwel v. Abbott. Thomas Berry, a Stanford law student, was a legal intern at Cato last summer and has an article forthcoming in the NYU Journal of Law & Liberty regarding the constitutional debates over apportionment and representation.
Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan needs to read two more sentences when considering whether Texas can draw voting districts by population or voter totals.
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