A panel of federal judges struck down North Carolina’s
congressional map on Tuesday, declaring it unconstitutionally
gerrymandered and demanding that the Republican-controlled General
Assembly redraw district lines before this year’s midterm
The ruling was the first time that a federal court had blocked a
congressional map because the judges believed it to be a partisan
gerrymander, and it deepened the political chaos that has
enveloped North Carolina in recent years.
More good news on the voting front.