So far, the high court has taken the view that redistricting is mainly a matter of politics
Redistricting articles on Democracy Chronicles
Redistricting or Gerrymandering is partisan domination of state legislatures due to use of manipulated districts that are skewed towards one party. Also see our section on Election Reform in America.
Two academics came up with the efficiency gap system that is key to the redistricting case
The Supreme Court is set to hear what could be the most important redistricting case in decades
The Supreme Court dropped a big hint they may rule against partisan gerrymandering in a key case
The Supreme Court announced Monday it will consider politically gerrymandered electoral maps
The FRA gives voters of all backgrounds the power to elect House Members who reflect their views
Supreme Court to decide on gerrymandering: Can it be used to create favorable voting districts?
Pennsylvania lawmakers have introduced bills to reform the system that redraws legislative boundaries
Many states are seeing rulings on redistricting cases including at the country’s Supreme Court
A lawsuit filed Thursday argues that Pennsylvania’s 2011 congressional district map is unconstitutional