A look at how Wisconsin’s U.S. Supreme Court partisan gerrymandering case is shaping up

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Legal experts and regular citizens alike are awaiting the United States Supreme Court decision in a landmark redistricting case . In Gill v. Whitford, plaintiffs argued that Republican legislators shaped Wisconsin’s political boundaries in a way that was discriminatory to Democrats. > Milwaukee Public Radio

One thought on “A look at how Wisconsin’s U.S. Supreme Court partisan gerrymandering case is shaping up

  1. Wasn’t just plaintiffs who argued Republicans gerrymandered maps for Republicans and against Democrats. The Republican attorneys made this very argument, concede it’s unconstitutional and told the Court, ‘there’s nothing you can do about it.’

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