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Frosh urges justices to reject GOP challenge to Md. congressional district (access required)

The Supreme Court should reject a challenge by Maryland Republicans that the Democratic-led General Assembly unconstitutionally gerrymandered a congressional district because the GOP cannot show it was redrawn to replace a Republican U.S. representative with a Democratic one, state Attorney General ...

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Supreme Court rejects bid for expedited challenge to ‘gerrymandered’ Md. district (access required)

The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday rejected without comment a bid by Maryland Republicans for the justices’ expedited consideration of their challenge to a congressional district as being unconstitutionally gerrymandered. The Republicans had urged the justices to hear – on ...

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Judges stay GOP challenge to Md. congressional district (access required)

A divided three judge U.S. District Court panel on Thursday stayed a Republican congressional redistricting challenge in Maryland pending the U.S. Supreme Court’s resolution of whether GOP lawmakers in Wisconsin drew legislative districts so contrary to the state’s political breakdown ...

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GOP foes of Md. congressional district seek to keep high-court option open (access required)

Republicans challenging the constitutionality of the pro-Democratic redrawing of a Maryland congressional district have told the U.S. Supreme Court their claim differs significantly from a case pending before the justices, which asks if Wisconsin’s GOP lawmakers drew legislative districts so ...

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