Bernie Grofman

Late last year, the Court ruled in a 4-3 decision to throw out the existing legislative maps on the grounds that they illegally included districts with noncontiguous territory. The two consultants, University of California, Irvine political scientist Bernard Grofman and Carnegie Mellon University political scientist Jonathan Cervas, were hired by the Court to assess proposed new maps from six groups involved in the lawsuit.

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