How Can Gun Laws Change? End Gerrymandering, Writes Adam Winkler in Op-Ed for Washington Post

Professor Adam Winkler co-authored an op-ed for the Washington Post on how the U.S. Supreme Court could change gun laws by ending gerrymandering.

“In the wake of Las Vegas and other recent mass shootings, nothing in federal law has changed. Reforms that could reduce the daily toll from gun violence, such as universal background checks, remain mere proposals with no chance of passage,” writes Winkler.  “But if the Supreme Court rules that partisan gerrymandering violates the Constitution, we may see less extreme candidates elected to Congress — and maybe we will finally break the logjam on guns,” writes Winkler.

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