Supreme Court Upholds Laws Allowing Punishment Of Faithless Electors
The Supreme Court upheld laws that allow states to penalize electoral college delegates who vote for a different presidential candidate than the person they pledged to support.
Here & Now’s Peter O’Dowd speaks with NPR Washington correspondent Brian Naylor about that decision and what’s expected from the court in the coming days.
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