SUPREME COURT observers focused on the Affordable Care Act case this week. But the justices heard arguments Monday in another case with potentially major implications for the country’s proper functioning: a dispute over whether voters can break the self-serving system in which state politicians manipulate voting districts to their own and their party’s benefit.
ROBERT STEELE: On the one hand, I am glad to have the Post notice electoral reform. On the other I am distressed by their ignorance, which mirrors my own before I ran for President, championed electoral reform before Occupy, and heard from stakeholders across the country. There are ELEVEN electoral reform elements.