Just How Much Gerrymandering Is Unconstitutional? Wisconsin Plaintiffs Want the Supreme Court to Rule.

Advocacy groups and plaintiffs pushing a Wisconsin lawsuit, as well as political scientists around the country, hope to establish a standard for just how much politicians should be allowed to gerrymander political maps.

Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission attorney Mary O'Grady, left, speaks with Stephen Miller, a Casa Grande city council member, as they point to a possible map outlining the new congressional landscape during a 2011 meeting in Tempe.
AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin

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