30 minutes | Aug 29, 2019

Cheating Between the Lines

The practice of gerrymandering is more than 200 years old in the United States, and yet its impact on our nation's politics is likely stronger today than at any other time in our American history.  Drawing voting maps with pure political partisanship in mind may seem inherently wrong, but the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that it's not necessarily illegal.  In this episode, hear from the attorney at the heart of the most recent case, and from a twenty-something activist in Michigan who used social media channels to spark a state-level movement against the practice of gerrymandering.
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