Supreme Court Agrees To Hear Wisconsin Gerrymandering Case
Monday, 19 June 2017 It offers the court a chance to formally determine a metric on what constitutes unlawful gerrymandering, which could have major implications for the way voting districts are drawn in other states.
The Supreme Court announces Monday it will hear the appeal of a lower court's ruling saying Wisconsin Republicans violated the Constitution by re-drawing the states electoral districts to disadvantage Democrats. Justin Mitchell reports.
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