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Supreme Court Rebukes Virginia GOP: Racially Gerrymandered District Map Indefensible

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Supreme Court Rebukes Virginia GOP: Racially Gerrymandered District Map Indefensible

Supreme Court Rebukes Virginia GOP: Racially Gerrymandered District Map Indefensible

On Monday, the United States Supreme Court upheld a lower court ruling striking down Virginia's 2011 House of Delegates map as racially gerrymandered.

In a 5-4 decision, the justices sidestepped a ruling on the merits of the case.

According to Business Insider, they found that the Republican-led state House of Delegates lacked the necessary legal standing to appeal the ruling.

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