Latino Clout Turns on Supreme Court View of One-Person-One-Vote

  • Supreme Court called on to interpret half-century-old standard
  • Appeal may give more representation to Republican strongholds

Election signs cover the lawn at Austin Community College on Nov. 4, 2014, in Austin, Texas.

Photographer: Erich Schlegel/Getty Images

It turns out the idea of "one person, one vote" isn’t as simple as it sounds.

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