Courthouse News Services   |  December 14, 2021

“It really strikes me that the Supreme Court is flirting with lawlessness,” Lawrence Gostin, a professor at Georgetown Law, said in a phone call. “That is, they are flirting with the idea that a state can intentionally gerrymander its law to avoid constitutional scrutiny under established Supreme Court precedent. Imagine if that was done to avoid enforcement of Second Amendment rights?”

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