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Trial challenging NC partisan gerrymandering concludes

The fate of Common Cause v. Rucho, a potentially landmark lawsuit against partisan gerrymandering in North Carolina, now rests with a three-judge panel. During a four-day trial at a federal courthouse in Greensboro, attorneys for the good-government group Common Cause … Continue reading

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The beginning of the end to partisan gerrymandering

America was founded on the democratic principles of equality, freedom and justice. However, the practice of gerrymandering – particularly partisan gerrymandering – is denying voters equal representation and ultimately limiting our democracy. Gerrymandering is not a partisan issue, it is … Continue reading

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A big month in the fight to end gerrymandering

This October is shaping up to be a pivotal month in the effort to finally end gerrymandering in North Carolina and across the nation. Last week, the US Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Gill v. Whitford, a case coming … Continue reading

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