Nov 28, 2023
Plaintiffs in Georgia Redistricting Lawsuit Offer Remedial State Legislative Maps
General Assembly’s New State Senate Map Proposal Likely Violates Court’s Order
Issue Areas: Voting Rights
Nov 21, 2023
Federal Court Rules Pennsylvania Mail Ballots Without a Handwritten Date On the Outer Envelope Must be Counted
PITTSBURGH — A federal court in western Pennsylvania ruled today that voters who submit mail ballots in time to be counted in an election — but who mistakenly forget to handwri...
Issue Areas: Voting Rights
Nov 20, 2023
Federal Appeals Court Upholds Radical Ruling in Arkansas Redistricting Case
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals today upheld a 2022 lower court ruling in an Arkansas redistricting case that radically concluded that voters may not sue ...
Issue Areas: Voting Rights
Nov 10, 2023
Federal Appeals Court Affirms Louisiana’s Congressional Map is Discriminatory 
NEW ORLEANS – The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals today agreed with a lower court that the congressional map enacted by the Louisiana Legislature following the 2020 census is disc...
Issue Areas: Voting Rights
Oct 26, 2023
Federal Court Orders Georgia to Redraw State Legislative District Maps 
General Assembly has December 8 deadline to create maps equitable for Black voters
Issue Areas: Voting Rights
Oct 11, 2023
Oral Arguments Wrap in U.S. Supreme Court Case Challenging South Carolina’s Congressional Map for Racial Discrimination
WASHINGTON — This morning, oral arguments concluded in Alexander v. South Carolina State Conference of the NAACP, the U.S. Supreme Court case that will determine the fate of Sout...
Issue Areas: Voting Rights
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