Do courts have the power to overrule the will of the people?

FILE - In this June 18, 2018, file photo, venture capitalist Tim Draper points to a computer screen at his offices in San Mateo, Calif., showing that an initiative to split California into three states qualified for the ballot. The California Supreme Court has blocked a measure that would divide the state in three from appearing on the November ballot. The justices on Wednesday, July 18, 2018, ordered the secretary of state not to put the initiative before voters, saying significant questions have been raised about its validity. (AP Photo/Haven Daley, File)

WASHINGTON (SBG) - There is another political battle to pay attention to in California.

This one isn't dividing Republicans and Democrats, but people within the Golden State.

Chief political correspondent Scott Thuman explains what's behind a movement to split the state into three and why some are saying voters are being ignored.

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