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Response to CaptainTruth (Reply #22)

Thu Jul 11, 2019, 10:11 PM

23. They ruled that they can't rule on state districting, so I guess, yes. But it seems that in national

elections, state level supreme court rulings can't just be based on state constitutionality, seems to me.

This ruling doesn't change standing of states, though, to show up with new cases, so as this Census's numbers change new districting, maybe there'll be new cases, arguments to change future SCOTUS rulings.

Otherwise, there will have to be state efforts to eliminate the Electoral College and go with the popular vote.

It can be done. Maybe with a Democratic Senate and real push.

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