In early 1999, Theodore Olson called a group of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher colleagues into his Washington, D.C., office for an urgent meeting about a case that he was preparing to argue before the U.S. Supreme Court. Olson was getting ready for Rice v. Cayetano. His client, rancher Harold Rice, was challenging a law that allowed only native Hawaiians to vote for candidates for a board that governed the Office of Hawaiian Affairs.
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