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The Wall Street Journal had a pretty good little assessment of how Alito might come out on the Texas redistricting case. It'll be interesting to see how this one flies. I do agree with them on a number of points. I think SCOTUS will vote to keep the current Delay of the land and this will solve some of his problems. Although, if he his convicted on money laundering and other charges, I don't see realistically how they could say this redistricting was constitutional if it had been shown in court that the outcome of the districts was directly tied to illegal monies.
posted by Stithmeister @ 12:24 AM
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