North Carolina hearing could impact Supreme Court elections case
In North Carolina, a hearing on Tuesday is making a legal mess of a major U.S. Supreme Court elections case known as Moore v. Harper. It involves a once-fringe theory that claims state legislatures have a special power over federal elections that cannot be checked by state courts or state constitutions.
Here & Now‘s Scott Tong speaks with NPR Washington correspondent Hansi Lo Wang.
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