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Supreme Court punts on partisan gerrymandering cases

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Kagan’s opinion in the Wisconsin case went on to rail against the evils of partisan district drawing and to stress that the court will have to square up to the issue soon.

The high court’s decision to sidestep the substance of the pair of closely watched cases led to speculation that the court may be eyeing another dispute as a better vehicle to weigh in on the constitutionality of partisan gerrymandering: a fight over North Carolina’s congressional map.

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