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The only one that I am aware of that was fairly recent was the rejection of the right of Washington D.C. residents to elect Senators and Representatives. The court upheld the 23rd Amendment which allows D.C. residents to only elect electorals for the electoral college (there's a tongue twister!).

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Q: What Supreme Court case is relevant to Amendment 23?
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