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N Carolina congressmen step away from redistricting brief

Two Republican members of North Carolina's congressional delegation were listed among federal politicians nationwide supporting a brief at the U.S. Supreme Court opposing what critics call extreme partisan gerrymandering. But … Click to Continue »
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