Challenge for April 7, 2014


 

ONE-PERSON, ONE-VOTE RULE

Definition

The rule that, under the Equal Protection Clause of the Constitution, legislative voting districts must be the same in population size. The idea behind the rule is that one person’s voting power ought to be roughly equivalent to another person’s within the state. See Reynolds v. Sims, 377 U.S. 533 (1964).

 

Readers, maybe you—or Chief Justice Roberts—would respond: How can “One-Person, One-Vote co-exist with the SCOTUS’ evolving rulings on money as speech? —GoodOleWoody

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