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Supreme Court rules in favor of Black voters in Alabama redistricting case

  • The Supreme Court decision ordering Alabama to redraw its congressional districts has the potential to become a major stepping stone for undoing political maps that dilute the strength of communities of color, according to minority lawmakers and voting rights activists.
  • Alabama concentrated Black voters in one district, while spreading them out among the others to make it much more difficult to elect more than one candidate of their choice. Similar maps have been drawn in other states, primary by Republican-controlled legislatures.
  • The Alabama case, along with pending lawsuits in Georgia and Louisiana, means Black voters will likely have an opportunity to elect candidates in three additional districts.
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