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19.Jun, 2018 Comments Off on Supreme Court Issues Ruling in Gerrymandering Cases

Supreme Court Issues Ruling in Gerrymandering Cases

On June 18, 2018 the Supreme Court finally gave its rulings for Gill v. Whitford and Benisek v. Lamone. In Whitford, Democratic voters were suing over the way that the Republican held legislature drew legislative districts in Wisconsin. The voters claimed that the districts were drawn in a partisan way…

13.Jun, 2018 Comments Off on US House Judiciary Committee hearing on US Census

US House Judiciary Committee hearing on US Census

On June 8, 2018, the United States House Judiciary Committee held a hearing on “Questions regarding the US Census.” The Committee heard testimony and feedback from witnesses who had opinions on a citizenship question being asked on the 2020 US Census.   Steve Marshall, the Alabama Attorney General, stressed the…

11.Jun, 2018 Comments Off on Supreme Court upholds Ohio Voter Roll Maintenance law 5-4

Supreme Court upholds Ohio Voter Roll Maintenance law 5-4

On June 11, 2018 the Supreme Court ruled in Husted v. Philip Randolph Institute that Ohio did not act unconstitutionally when it passed a law that would assist the state in identifying voters who have moved from the state. The Ohio law stated that if a voter did not do…

6.Jun, 2018 Comments Off on Virginia Supreme Court Unanimously Upholds The Drawing of 11 Districts

Virginia Supreme Court Unanimously Upholds The Drawing of 11 Districts

On May 31, 2018, the Virginia Supreme Court ruled that 11 legislative districts did not violate Article II § 6 of the Constitution of Virginia. The challengers to the districts argued that the legislative districts that were drawn in 2011 violated that state constitution because they were not composed of…