Supreme Court to hear cases on partisan gerrymandering in North Carolina, Maryland

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WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court will hear cases on partisan gerrymandering in North Carolina and Maryland, the Washington Post reports.

North Carolina’s map was drawn by Republicans, while in Maryland the maps were drawn by Democrats.

The Supreme Court has never ruled that district maps were gerrymandered to the point that it violated the Constitution, according to the Post.


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