One Person, One Vote Rule Reaffirmed in TX
In a unanimous decision the supreme court has rejected a challenge to the "one person, one vote" rule.
A Texas based conservative group sought to change the way districts were drawn in the Texas State Senate. The group issued a statement saying it is disappointed in the ruling,
This has been a very hectic topic for the past few years, even dating back to a 2014 case where the court ruled that districts must be drawn according to population, not just voting age population.
If you are unfamiliar with the "one person, one vote', it is a name that has been used for centuries,
from the late 1940's and onward the phrase has became common where majority populations were seeking to gain political power in proportion to numbers.