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US & WorldNewsNorth Carolina's Supreme Court strikes down redistricting maps

North Carolina’s Supreme Court strikes down redistricting maps

The Supreme Court of North Carolina struck down redistricting maps for the state. The Court concluded maps enacted in S.L. 2021-175, S.L. 2021-173, and S.L. 2021-174 are unconstitutional beyond a reasonable doubt under the free elections clause, the equal protection clause, the free speech clause, and the freedom of assembly clause of the North Carolina Constitution.

  • This case was filed on January 11, 2022.
  • This case was argued on February 2, 2022.
  • Dissenting opinions were rendered by Justices Berger and Barringer.


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