U.S. Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan, who dissented passionately from the court’s refusal last month to prevent partisan gerrymandering, said Thursday her words were written “for all those people out there who in some way can carry on the efforts against this kind of undermining of democracy.”

“Go for it, because you’re right,” Kagan said, speaking in a conversation with Dean William Treanor at Georgetown University Law Center.

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