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DeSantis purposely dismantled a Black congressional district, attorney says as trial over map begins

  • Florida Governor Ron DeSantis vetoed the Legislature's maps, resulting in the approval of a map that helped Republicans gain a majority in the House and left Black voters in north Florida unrepresented.
  • DeSantis directed his staff to draw a new map and submit it to the Legislature, leading to the dismantling of a district held by Black Democratic Rep. Al Lawson and dispersing it among conservative north Florida districts won by white Republicans.
  • A federal trial opened in Florida where lawyers argue that DeSantis violated the U.S. Constitution by deliberately dismantling a congressional district that favored Black candidates.
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