I'm talking about this decision:
I want to understand the meaning of the title of the article:
"Electoral College voters can be forced to back state popular vote winners"
What does this mean exactly? Does this mean that if the elector votes against the state, the state can nullify and revert his vote? In that case... what's the point of even having electors vote at that December meeting... just count the votes automatically.
Or does this mean that the elector's vote will count even if he votes against the state, but he will face punishment from the state afterwards?