Attorneys who gained a federal ruling to throw out Ohio’s congressional map, are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to let procedures move forward to redraw House districts.
A three-judge panel in Cincinnati ruled on May 3rd that the Republican controlled map unconstitutionally favored Republicans over Democrats, and it wants a proposed new map by June 14th. Ohio Attorney General, Dave Yost on May 10th asked the Supreme Court to block that order, with two similar cases from other states already awaiting high court rulings.
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