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Implications of the Supreme Court decisions on census and gerrymandering

The United State supreme court handed down two major decisions Thursday. One case was about a controversial citizenship question the Trump Administration wants to put on the 2020 Census form. The other case involved the long practice of partisan gerrymandering. Charles Zelden, political science professor at Nova Southeastern University spoke to UNews about the implications of both decisions.

Implications of the Supreme Court decisions on census and gerrymandering

The United State supreme court handed down two major decisions Thursday. One case was about a controversial citizenship question the Trump Administration wants to put on the 2020 Census form. The other case involved the long practice of partisan gerrymandering. Charles Zelden, political science professor at Nova Southeastern University spoke to UNews about the implications of both decisions.

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