Louisiana, Texas, Michigan, and South Carolina File Supreme Court Brief Supporting North Carolina’s Right to Engage in Unlimited Partisan Gerrymandering

Another amicus brief in connection to the stay request, this one from four Republican states:

Fundamentally, partisan gerrymandering is the undeniable and historically permitted consequence of entrusting reapportionment to an inherently political body: state legislatures. Notwithstanding the misgivings that fact arises in this, or any other federal court, the simple truth is that there exists now—and has always existed—a non-judicial remedy to partisan gerrymandering claims: the power of the people to choose their State representatives.

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