Has The Supreme Court Undermined Voting Rights?

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Political scientist Travis Taylor talks with law professor Joshua Douglas about his new book The Court v. The Voters: The Troubling Story of How the Supreme Court Has Undermined Voting Rights, in which he writes about the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent history of prioritizing the power of states to regulate elections over the rights of voters.

Topics Travis and Josh Cover Include:

  • how the Court has changed the standard by which it reviews voting rights cases
  • combating election fraud and maintaining voter access
  • the direction the Court is going in light of more recent decisions in “extreme” cases
  • potential solutions to correct the Court’s current course
  • conservative criticisms of the book and why conservatives should read it

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