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Vox's Ian Millhiser taking a week off after contemplating the horrors of this simply awful Supreme Court term

As Twitchy reported this week, the Supreme Court found that Arizona’s voting laws do not violate the Voting Rights Act and were not enacted with a racially discriminatory purpose. It’s funny; before that ruling, Progressive Policy Institute Senior Fellow Will Wilkinson thought that the “interesting mix of cross-partisan decisions” was due to threats to pack the Supreme Court. (Or maybe the justices were just following the Constitution.)


But the Arizona decision was apparently the breaking point for Vox senior correspondent and “The Agenda: How a Republican Supreme Court is Reshaping America” author Ian Millhiser.



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