Law’s Jonathan Entin discussed Ohio’s redistricting

Out of bounds? Why Ohio’s redistricting fight matters.

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Christian Science Monitor: Jonathan Entin, the David L. Brennan Professor Emeritus of Law and adjunct professor of political science, said that after the Ohio Supreme Court invalidated the Ohio’s voting district maps, the redistricting commission struggled to find a path forward. Over the complaints of Democrats on the seven-person commission, Republicans submitted four more sets of state legislative maps—all of them later ruled invalid by the court. “They basically decided to dig in and go for broke,” Entin said. “They took maximal positions at every stage of the process.”