The U.S. Supreme Court’s pending decision on partisan gerrymandering and the Senate’s response if Justice Anthony Kennedy, seated second from left, retires as expected, are among several matters that will place the Constitution at center stage this year.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s pending decision on partisan gerrymandering and the Senate’s response if Justice Anthony Kennedy, seated second from left, retires as expected, are among several matters that will place the Constitution at center stage this year. Olivier Douliery Abaca Press
The U.S. Supreme Court’s pending decision on partisan gerrymandering and the Senate’s response if Justice Anthony Kennedy, seated second from left, retires as expected, are among several matters that will place the Constitution at center stage this year. Olivier Douliery Abaca Press

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