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Supreme Court to hear arguments in ‘independent state legislator theory’ case

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The Supreme Court is set to hear arguments on the validity of “independent state legislature theory,” a legal idea that aims to give states more authority over electoral boundaries. NBC News’ Kelly O’Donnell explains what the case could mean for federal elections and what lawmakers from both sides of the aisle say about the theory.