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High court upholds Arizona's legislative redistricting plan

danarhea

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A unanimous Supreme Court says an Arizona commission did not violate the principle of one person, one vote when it redrew the state's legislative districts in a way that created some with more residents than others and improved the prospects for Democrats.

The justices on Wednesday rejected a challenge from a group of Republican voters who claimed the state's Independent Redistricting Commission illegally packed GOP voters into some districts while leaving other Democratic-leaning districts with smaller populations.

When even Alito and Thomas vote against you, it is time for you to just give it up. LOL.

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When even Alito and Thomas vote against you, it is time for you to just give it up. LOL.

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The ruling is pretty clear that it shouldn't even have went to the supreme court. the state elections committee can take up the issue of party favoritism or whatever. Federally, as stated, they are only there to ensure the one person one vote issue.
 
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