WASHINGTON – A panel of three federal judges decided on Thursday that 34 congressional and state jurisdictions in Michigan are partisan gerrymanders and constitutional. The judges called on state legislators to redraw briefly in time for the 2020 election.
The panel wrote that it was included in the "growing courts of the federal courts" who have held these drawing areas to unfairly favor the party in power, is constitutional. The judges said the cards violated the constitutional rights of democratic voters.
Michigan is often a battlefield state in state and national elections, distributed evenly between the two major parties. The State Republican dominated legislature controlled redistricting by population data from the 201
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