Reprinted with the permission of Arizona Attorney.

The U.S. Constitution requires states to redraw their federal and legislative district lines every 10 years. In 1962, the United States Supreme Court held in Baker v. Carr that the political question doctrine no longer precluded judicial review of political apportionment plans and firmly established a legal right of action to assure the one-person, one-vote requirement for congressional and legislative districts. ...

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