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Tag: Gerrymander

Case Explainer

Abbott v. Perez (Decided June 25, 2018)

Only one of the Texas voting districts is an impermissible racial gerrymander.

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Benisek v. Lamone (Decided June 18, 2018)

The denial of preliminary relief on the political gerrymandering claim stands.

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Current Events

A Preliminary Ruling of Note: Robert Rucho v. Common Cause

The Supreme Court gives North Carolina line-drawers temporary relief while they appeal a political gerrymandering challenge.

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6 Supreme Court cases of this term that MLK would have cared about

6 Supreme Court cases argued this term relating to civil rights, voting rights and unlawful detention.

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The Political Gerrymander

The Supreme Court may invoke the “political question” doctrine to avoid this case. Learn why a political gerrymander case might be outside the judiciary’s province.

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