Fight Over Electoral District Boundaries Heads to Top U.S. Court

Wochit Headline News - September 17, 2017

On Sunday, Reuters reported that fight over the legality of drawing electoral district boundaries, is now heading over to the Supreme Court.

The US court has never formally addressed the political practice older than the United States.

The practice, known as partisan gerrymandering, allows one party to manipulate the boundaries of legislative districts to hold power in specific areas..

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