Supreme Court puts off weighing in on partisan gerrymandering

The Supreme Court on Monday put off weighing in on whether gerrymandering is unconstitutional - allowing, for now, maps in Wisconsin and Maryland to stand.
0:25 | 06/18/18

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Transcript for Supreme Court puts off weighing in on partisan gerrymandering
Gay Republicans an advantage in their state legislature in Maryland that they ruled against the GOP who took issue with one congressional district the Supreme Court. Did not rule however on the general issue of whether elect hall maps can give an unfair advantage to a particular political party.

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