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Plaintiffs in voting rights case urge judges to toss Alabama's new congressional map

  • Voting rights activists are challenging Alabama's redrawn congressional districts, accusing state Republicans of failing to create a fair district for Black voters, as mandated by federal court orders.
  • A three-judge panel had previously ruled that Alabama's existing districts violated federal law and required two districts where Black voters comprised a majority or something close to it.
  • The plaintiffs, represented by the NAACP Legal Defense & Educational Fund, are asking the panel to draw new lines for the state, claiming that the new map enacted by the Republican-controlled legislature perpetuates the Voting Rights Act violation.
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