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Fun Fact: Reynolds Vs. Sims

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Reynolds v. Sims was a United States Supreme Court case in 1964 that decided that all state legislatures had to have roughly equal districts per population. Various states would have districts with the same representation regardless if a district had hundreds versus one with a hundred thousand people. The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court said on the case that voters choose their representatives/senators, not trees or acres.

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