On Monday, host Eric Darnely Small reported on a huge win for civil rights and voting rights that is decades in the making. The US Supreme Court 2019 stated the federal courts have no role in political gerrymandering. That left state Supreme Courts as the last refuge for voting rights. The highly gerrymandered state of Wisconsin benefited for a decade with veto proof majorities in both chambers. But after a win in the narrow state supreme court of Wisconsin, new maps were drawn. Could this mean an end to a decade of gerrymandering? Take a look at the history and a report by Propublica and what it means for democracy in 2024.