New congressional maps have an age-old problem: partisan gerrymandering
States are currently redrawing voting districts using data from the 2020 census.
Michael Li, senior counsel with the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University Law School, shares his takeaways and explains why new congressional maps have an old problem: partisan gerrymandering.
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