Has the tide turned against partisan gerrymandering?

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Across the nation, judges are discovering that if you look for it, partisan gerrymandering actually is all around you. Courts have historically been reluctant to strike down redistricting plans on the basis of political bias—unwilling to appear to be favoring one party. But recent developments suggest they might be building a tolerance for it. > The Atlantic

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