This article is by the WSYX Staff. Here is an excerpt:
The Ohio Supreme Court rejected on Wednesday newly-drawn maps that had retained a Republican supermajority in both chambers of the state Legislature.
The state’s high court ruled the maps do not meet voter-approved provisions of the Ohio Constitution to reduce partisan political gerrymandering.
The Supreme Court concluded in a 4-3 decision the maps are invalid became the Ohio Redistricting Commission did not attempt to draw legislative districts that correspond with the statewide voter preference of Ohioans.
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