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Redistricting quiz: Test your knowledge of congressional districts.
In a sure sign of Whitford’s significance, lawmakers, law professors, social scientists, and civil rights groups have filed more than 45 amicus briefs, which run the gamut from constitutional theory to cutting-edge social science.
Who draws the maps seems to drive partisan bias in North Carolina's congressional maps more so than political geography.
A new Brennan Center report finds that extreme partisan bias in Congressional maps accounts for at least 16-17 Republican seats in the current Congress.
The Brennan Center’s Democracy Agenda outlines a series of concrete proposals that the next president and Congress should embrace to improve democracy in America.