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Partisan gerrymandering case at crossroads in latest hearing
It’s asking the Supreme Court to shield two top officials from being deposed about why the controversial question was added
The ruling could set the contours for how much the public gets to learn about why the Commerce Department decided to include a question about citizenship.
The maps have been struck down, but a court said there isn’t time before the election to draw new ones. Voters will be the losers.
Meanwhile, no one is sure what North Carolina’s map for House districts will look like for the November election
California lawsuits aiming to block the inclusion of the question can move forward, a federal judge has ruled
New emails confirm Commerce Department pushed to include citizenship question in 2020 census
A compelling case that putting commissions in charge of redistricting can significantly reduce many of the worst abuses and improve outcomes
Crucial evidence may now be within challengers’ reach
At least five gerrymandering cases in pivotal swing states could end up at the Supreme Court in coming terms.