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Hogan looks to Supreme Court as redistricting bill fails (access required)

ANNAPOLIS – Republican Gov. Larry Hogan voiced dismay Monday that the Democratic-led General Assembly let die his annual proposal for an independent commission to redraw Maryland’s gerrymandered congressional districts, saying he retains hope the Supreme Court will rule partisan gerrymandering unconstitutional. “I think the Supreme Court is going to act,” Hogan said. “I think we’re going ...

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