Gerrymandering lawsuits linger as next redistricting nears
- January 10, 2019
- Bernie Grofman, poli sci, via U.S. News and World Report (AP), The New York Times, SFGate, National Post, The Fresno Bee, The Kansas City Star, and multiple outlets nationwide, Jan. 10, 2019
First up was a court hearing Thursday in Virginia, where a federal judicial panel reviewed several proposals from an outside expert to redraw some state House districts. The court had previously determined that those districts were racially gerrymandered. The expert, University of California, Irvine political science professor Bernard Grofman, answered questions about his revisions. "My focus was on remedying constitutional infirmities," he said.
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