Changing election rules is none of a federal judge’s business, one says

But voting rights law expert Richard Hasen, a law professor at the University of California-Irvine, says “this move among conservative judges toward nonjusticiability of voting rights claims is especially worrying.” “The approach of the trial court in the Georgia case would essentially give states a free hand to pass legislation that favors incumbents or a political party and to discriminate against a voting minority in the state with no justification whatsoever,” he posted on his blog Wednesday.