The Supreme Court announced last week that it will hear a case challenging how Maryland draws Congressional district lines. Will the highest court in the country rule that Maryland’s admittedly partisan gerrymandering is unconstitutional?
The country’s deep division is evident as supporters and opponents of the incoming administration plan parties around the inauguration, including a pro-Trump “Deploraball” and a “Peace Ball: Voices of Hope and Resistance.” We’ll discuss what these events say about the political divide and where there might be common ground – and the questions these events raise about public accommodations law.
- Andy Shallal Owner, Busboys and Poets; Chair, District of Columbia Workforce Investment Council
- Sasha Samberg-Champion Counsel, Relman, Dane & Colfax PLLC
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