Back to The Re-Drawing Board

Back to The Re-Drawing Board

There could be two different court-drawn political maps in Wisconsin.

The state’s Supreme Court yesterday agreed to take-up a redistricting case that could have them draw the state’s new boundaries for Congress and the state Legislature. The decision comes just one day after a federal court in Madison essentially said it would draw the new political map if lawmakers and Governor Evers can’t agree. The Supreme Court says the state has the responsibility to draw a new map, which means the state court should handle any disagreement, not the federal court.

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