With the U.S. Supreme Court taking on major issues of voter identification laws and partisan gerrymandering practices, voting rights has become a hot-button topic that will surely garner a significant amount of national attention in years to come.
The United States Supreme Court began a new term last month and the Justices face a blockbuster docket. Major issues this term include free speech, religious freedom, and digital privacy.
Earlier this month, the Justices agreed to add yet another free-speech case to its docket. The case, Minnesota Voters’ Alliance v. Mansky (16-1435), involves a challenge to a Minnesota state law which bans political t-shirts and buttons from polling places.
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