On Friday, Sept. 29, voters in a lawsuit challenging Louisiana’s congressional map filed an emergency application in the U.S. Supreme Court asking the Court to pause yesterday’s ruling from the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that would delay the implementation of a fair congressional map in Louisiana.
On Friday, Sept. 29, a federal judge dismissed a lawsuit challenging Arkansas’ laws governing the rejection of mail-in ballots.
On Friday, Sept. 29, Montana Public Interest Research Group and the Montana Federation of Public Employees filed a federal lawsuit challenging anti-voter provisions of Montana voting law, House Bill 892.
On Thursday, Sept. 28, Michigan Republican legislators filed a federal lawsuit seeking to resurrect the rejected independent state legislature (ISL) theory as the basis for nullifying two pro-voting constitutional amendments.
On Thursday, Sept. 28, in an extraordinary move that will delay the implementation of a fair map for Louisianans, an ultra-conservative panel of judges granted Louisiana Republicans’ request to cancel a lower court hearing — previously scheduled for Oct 3-5 — about Louisiana’s new congressional map.
On Wednesday, Sept. 27, the Democratic-controlled Michigan House of Representatives passed five bills that would expand voting rights in the state.
On Tuesday, Sept. 26, the Ohio Redistricting Commission (ORC) voted unanimously to pass new state legislative maps for the 2020 redistricting cycle, more than two years since the process began.
Today, Wednesday, Sept. 27, a state-level trial begins in a redistricting lawsuit brought by the Republican Party of New Mexico challenging New Mexico’s congressional map for being an unconstitutional partisan gerrymander.
On Tuesday, Sept. 26, the U.S. Supreme Court rejected Alabama Republicans’ request to pause an order that blocks Alabama’s congressional map from being implemented for the 2024 elections.
On Tuesday, Sept. 26, a federal trial begins in the contentious legal fight over Florida’s 5th Congressional District.
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