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A new Brennan Center analysis finds that the few toss-ups on the House map were much less likely than the safer seats to have been drawn through a process controlled by one party
Challengers will be allowed to question a high-ranking Justice Department official under oath and include what he says as evidence at trial
But its story about how the decision was made to add the question keeps changing
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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