(The Center Square) – There could be two different court-drawn political maps in Wisconsin. The state’s Supreme Court late Wednesday agreed to…
Search / 5 results found Showing: 5 of 5
Gov. Tony Evers is ordering the creation of a new state commission that he wants to draw the state's next political map.
Drawing political maps remains in the hands of Illinois lawmakers after the U.S. Supreme Court decided two cases Monday without addressing key questions about the limits of partisan gerrymandering.
Momentum is growing to change the way political boundaries are drawn in Illinois, but disagreements about how to accomplish that persist.
The nation’s high court has heard a case out of Wisconsin where Republicans are accused of drawing biased maps, and a case out of Maryland where Democrats drew the maps.