Washington Week with The Atlantic

Analyzing the first week of the new Supreme Court term

The U.S. Supreme Court term is underway with oral arguments in an Alabama redistricting case that challenges the state’s new congressional map as it dilutes Black voter strength. It also marked the debut of Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, the first Black woman on the court.

Analyzing the first week of the new Supreme Court term

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