An effort to change the way Texas draws state senate districts could have important consequences for the way the state does politics.
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Texans were less likely to vote in a party primary in 2014 than at any point in the last 90 years. That’s terrible for the state.
This morning, the Supreme Court gutted a key part of the Voting Rights Act, the transformative 1965 law that swept away literacy tests, poll taxes and established protections for minority voters. The fallout in Texas is likely to be significant. Here’s our explainer.