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Ohio voters approve gerrymandering reform for US House seats

Ohio voters approved a gerrymandering reform proposal Tuesday that would change how the state draws congressional district lines following the next US Census.

Pennsylvania court throws out state’s congressional map, ruling that gerrymandering violates constitution

In the Democratic-controlled court's decision, the majority said the boundaries "clearly, plainly and palpably" violate the state's constitution and blocked the boundaries from remaining in effect for the 2018 elections with just weeks until dozens of people file paperwork to run for Congress.

Pennsylvania Supreme Court considers ordering new congressional map before 2018 elections

Based on the tenor of their questions, a majority of the court, which has five Democrats and two Republicans, appeared open to the argument that Pennsylvania's congressional districts are illegally gerrymandered.