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These Supreme Court cases arose from the Texas Legislature’s notorious mid-decade “re-redistricting” of the state’s congressional districts.
This case arose from a partisan gerrymander of Pennsylvania’s 19 Congressional districts following the 2000 census.
The Attorney General of Colorado challenged the constitutionality of the Legislature's mid-decade redistricting.
The Brennan Center submitted an amicus brief in support of a procedure that would improve the accuracy of the Census.
This case arose from a challenge to North Carolina's 12th Congressional District, which was 47 percent African-American.