The One-Person One-Vote Rule refers to the rule that one person’s voting power ought to be roughly equivalent to another person’s within the same state. Overview. The rule comes up in the context of Equal Protection. The most relevant Supreme Court case is Reynolds v. Sims, 377 U.S. 533 (1964).
Jan 20, 2018 — “The Law of One, though beyond the limitations of name, may be approximated by stating that all things are one, that there is no polarity, no right or wrong, no disharmony, but only identity. All is one, and that one is love/light, light/love, the Infinite Creator.”
Law Professor Thomas Healy appears on two top national podcasts, Radiolab and Code Switch (NPR) In one program, Thomas Healy explores the failed social experiment of a community based on principles of black economic empowerment, Soul City.
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