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Supreme Court to decide on partisan gerrymandering: Can it be used to create favorable voting districts?

L.A. Times Monday, 19 June 2017 ()
The Supreme Court said Monday it will hear a closely watched challenge to partisan gerrymandering in Wisconsin and decide whether it is unconstitutional for party leaders to entrench themselves in power with carefully drawn electoral maps.

The case of Gill vs. Whitford is to be heard in the fall,...
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Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel is praising the Supreme Court's decision to put on hold an earlier ruling that new legislative maps be drawn. The court on Monday stayed a ruling requiring the Republican-controlled Legislature to draw new maps by November. The court also announced it will hear...

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