On Saturday, May 21, the New York State Supreme Court, the trial court in the case challenging New York’s congressional and state Senate maps, adopted new maps.
After months of Republican infighting, Missouri has enacted a new congressional map.
Today, a state trial court judge in Florida blocked some of the state’s new congressional districts while a lawsuit challenging the map plays out.
On Friday, May 6, a lawsuit was filed in state court against New Hampshire’s new legislative districts.
South Carolina has agreed to redraw its state House map in order to increase Black representation in certain districts.
Today, we’re taking a look at where things stand in redistricting litigation — where maps could change before 2022 and where litigation could impact the maps used in 2024 and beyond.
Over the past few years, coverage has increased around how the U.S. Supreme Court handles emergency requests through its “shadow docket.” This term has popped up most recently when the Court has intervened in redistricting, determining the fate of districts for years to come.
Today, a lawsuit was filed on behalf of voters over New York’s congressional districts and upcoming primary elections.
April lawsuits bring May court activity! Over the course of May we can expect multiple courtroom hearings and potential decisions on voting rights and district lines in over 10 states.
Today, the New York Court of Appeals, the state’s highest court, struck down the new congressional and state Senate maps.
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