SCOTUS Leaves Michigan’s Redrawn Districts Alone

Detroit Free Press

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday officially overturned a ruling which had called for nearly three dozen congressional and legislative districts in Michigan to be redrawn because they unfairly helped one political party.

The decision — which vacated an earlier ruling made by a three-judge panel by the U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati — had been widely expected since the Supreme Court decided in June that it would allow state courts to decide questions about political boundary lines rather than ruling on them itself.

“Partisan gerrymandering claims present political questions beyond the reach of the federal courts,” Chief Justice John Roberts wrote in that decision involving cases brought regarding political boundary lines drawn in Maryland and North Carolina. More

1 Comment on SCOTUS Leaves Michigan’s Redrawn Districts Alone

  1. Illegal Census taking BS relies upon on this.
    Midterm census taking enforcement is just vote grabbing horseshit.
    The voter registertion know who I am. Sending out and paying illegals to create a non-legal poll to over rule already documented facts is illegal.
    Unless your a democrat voting it needed.
    65 years old with an original SS number, you already know who I am.
    Your want to change it to your benefit, not going to happen.
    I always go the nasty old uncle way,, get the fuck off my yard you Illegally employed by Democrats Trespassing turd.

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