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To help court-watchers sort through more than one thousand pages of amicus briefs in Gill v. Whitford, the Brennan Center has prepared an annotated guide breaking down each brief's most important arguments.
We read 100's of pages of amicus briefs in the Whitford case so you don't have to. Learn more about the key themes in the amicus briefs.
Understanding how extreme partisan gerrymandering works.
An overview of a citizen-proposal to reform the way redistricting is done in Michigan.
What you should know about one of the most pivotal cases in decades on how Congressional maps are drawn.
On July 15, a three-judge panel in Texas concluded a week-long trial over the state’s congressional and state house plans. Here’s what you need to know.
Seven common questions and answers about redistricting.
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear argument this fall in a potentially landmark partisan-gerrymandering case from Wisconsin.
The Supreme Court, which has decided to hear a landmark case on whether Wisconsin electoral maps were unconstitutionally drawn, could deliver a major blow to ultra-partisan redistricting.
In agreeing to hear the Wisconsin gerrymandering case, we can only hope the high court—um, that's to say, Justice Kennedy—has decided it’s time to curtail this practice.