The US Supreme Court has agreed to consider the inde­pend­ent state legis­lature theory in the case Moore v. Harper, a case decided as Harper v. Hall in the North Carolina Supreme Court. ISLT would cause signi­fic­ant disrup­tion to Congressional elections and the Presidential election by poten­tially nulli­fy­ing state consti­tu­tional provi­sions regard­ing federal elec­tions. State consti­tu­tional bans on gerry­man­der­ing in Florida, Ohio, North Carolina and other states could die, as could inde­pend­ent redis­trict­ing commis­sions in Arizona, Cali­for­nia, Michigan and other states. Watch our conversation with Carolyn Shapiro, Professor of Law and Associate Dean of Academic Administration at Chicago-Kent College of Law, and Jason Torchinsky, partner at Holtzman Vogel and election law specialist, here.