I'd urge expansion of the law beyond the southern states. We need something like it here in PA, where the legislature has made it more difficult to register, and then more difficult to vote, and now is considering apportioning presidential votes on the basis of gerrymandered districts. All of it, but all of it is geared to making the two major cities, with the largest percentage of the state's population, irrelevant. PA is that way, bicoastal, with Philly in the east and Pittsburgh in the west, and redneckland in between--or as some of my students say, it's really Pennsyltucky. Of course Kentucky is fully -tucky, with McConnell and Paul. We've got Toomey in that camp, and then we've got Casey, who's nice but so retiring that he might as well not be there.
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