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Will Partisan Gerrymandering Cases Lead to Judicial Overreach?

James W. Lucas writes in the National Review that the Supreme Court’s recent decision to review two partisan gerrymandering cases poses the threat of a judicial power grab if courts are given too much authority to review congressional and legislative maps. He suggests that non-partisan or bipartisan commissions offer a more democratic path to curtail gerrymandering. Read more here.