"One Person, One Vote"

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Chief Justice Earl Warren once commented that of the many major decisions handed down during his tenure on the Court (from 1953 to 1969), none was as important as the "one person, one vote" ruling of Baker v. Carr in 1962.  This case radically affected voter district plans across the nation, requiring more equal value in each person's vote.


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