Constitution bars ‘excessive’ partisanship, Frosh tells justices

Attorney general defends congressional district

A three-judge panel disregarded legitimate political considerations when it struck down a congressional district in western Maryland because it was drawn with such a partisan bias by the state's Democratic leadership as to violate the Republicans' constitutional right to political association, Maryland’s attorney general stated in papers filed Friday with the Supreme Court. With the justices slated ...

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