The majority ruled that gerrymandering is outside the scope and power of the federal courts to adjudicate.
- John Rennie Short
- The Conversation
The issue is a political one, according to the court, not a legal one.
“Excessive partisanship in districting leads to results that reasonably seem unjust,” wrote Chief Justice John Roberts in the majority decision.
“But the fact that such gerrymandering is incompatible with…
So for now, partisan gerrymandering, in which politicians get to choose their voters rather than voters choose their…