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Pennsylvania has to draw new congressional districts, but getting rid of gerrymandering will be harder than you think.

On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court denied state Republicans’ request for a stay in League of Women Voters v. Pennsylvania. In that case, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court had struck down as an unconstitutionally partisan gerrymander the districts for the U.S. Congress drawn by the state legislature, with the reasoning specified in an opinion issued Wednesday. […]
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