Tomorrow in Baltimore, a panel of judges will hear a partisan gerrymandering challenge — and their decision could set the stage for the first Supreme Court look at partisan gerrymandering in over a decade.
Fixing the way Ohio’s congressional districts are drawn should be a no-brainer. Yet the General Assembly and the Ohio Constitutional Modernization Commission remain stalled when it comes to giving voters a chance to weigh in.
When Justice Antonin Scalia delivered the unanimous opinion of the Court in "Shapiro v. McManus" on December 8, no one suspected it was his final decision. However, it could well turn out to be one of the most momentous of the term.