Conservative warns Supreme Court against giving states power to change election rules after votes are cast

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The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments starting next month testing the Independent State Legislature Theory, which would allow states to create new election rules after votes have already been cast. Oral arguments will start in weeks in Moore v. Harper, whose proponents say state legislatures absolute power over congressional districting and presidential elections, but legal expert Paul Rosenzweig wrote for The Bulwark that conservatives should be highly skeptical of the fringe theory that’s gaining popularity among Donald Trump’s allies in the Republican Party. “No one seems seriously to …

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