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(CNN)The Supreme Court said Monday that states can punish members of the Electoral College who break a pledge to vote for a state's popular vote winner in presidential elections.
And each state awards those votes based on the popular vote in that state.
True. They cannot violate federal laws. Does appointing electors based on the national popular vote violate any federal laws?
Showing that the power is not absolute
How about all the ones who say it is?
All the law professors etc saying that the NPVIC is not Constitutional are wrong
I disagree. And so do some opponents of the NPVIC.
Nothing in this decision is a victory for the proponents of NPVIC
Federal Appeals Court Torpedoes the National Popular Vote Movement Thanks to a Hillary Clinton Elector