Earlier this month, U.S. Sens. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) and Laphonza Butler (D-Calif.) introduced the Redistricting Reform Act of 2024, legislation that would make a slew of impactful changes to the congressional redistricting process nationwide.
The U.S. Supreme Court this morning issued orders in a duo of federal lawsuits concerning Washington state’s legislative map.
Today, New York’s Independent Redistricting Commission (IRC) voted to pass a new congressional map after the state’s highest court ordered the IRC to draw a new congressional map for 2024.
The Republican-controlled Wisconsin Legislature today passed legislative maps identical to those submitted by Gov. Tony Evers (D) in a bid to avoid a court-led redraw, rushing a process that Democrats labeled “shady political schemes.”
Republicans in the Wisconsin Senate signaled that they might adopt legislative maps drawn by the state’s Democratic Governor Tony Evers, which would greatly reduce the GOP’s legislative majority.
Last night, a federal judge struck down Louisiana’s state House and Senate maps for violating Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act.
Long Island voters have filed a New York Voting Rights Act challenge to the Nassau County Legislature’s map, marking the second lawsuit brought under the new state-level voting rights act.
The Michigan Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission has released a slate of draft maps for the Michigan House after being ordered to do so by a federal three-judge panel.
A pair of redistricting experts hired by the Wisconsin Supreme Court to evaluate a number of proposed legislative maps in the Badger State determined that the Republican-drawn maps are “partisan gerrymanders.”
Yesterday, a group of 12 voters who identify themselves as “non-African American” voters filed a lawsuit challenging Louisiana’s new congressional map with two majority-Black districts.
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