Why the Supreme Court is staying out of many challenges to gerrymandered state maps | Opinion

By Nancy Martorano Miller Partisan gerrymandering is when a congressional or state legislative district map is drawn in a way the severely lessens the ability of one party, the minority party, to compete for seats in an election. The public is more aware of partisan gerrymandering than ever – and less supportive of it. Reform … Continue reading Why the Supreme Court is staying out of many challenges to gerrymandered state maps | Opinion