Pressure Builds for Pennsylvania Politicians to Fix Their Gerrymandered Maps

The US Supreme Court rejected an appeal Monday from Republican leaders in the Pennsylvania legislature to overrule a decision by the state Supreme Court to strike down the state’s congressional map on the grounds of partisan gerrymandering. Time is running out for state lawmakers as they have 10 days to get new maps drawn and approved by Governor Tom Wolfe.

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