By Nathaniel Ament-Stone Once a decade, state legislators and judges around the country must redraw federal, state, and local district boundaries to reflect new Census figures. This cycle – though still incomplete as a handful of states wait to pass final state legislative or congressional plans – has already spawned several dozen lawsuits and a ruling by the Supreme Court. [...]
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BY: KELSEY THOMAS In the game of politics, there are always winners and losers. Redistricting – especially when one party will have their first chance in the state’s history to control it – is no exception. After many proposals and amendments, Georgia’s redistricting maps have been signed off on by Governor Deal and are awaiting Department of Justice or D.C. [...]