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Pennsylvania congressional district map lawsuit ends quietly

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court picked a new set of district lines after a plan that had been passed by GOP majorities in the Legislature was vetoed by Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf.

By Mark Scolforo/The Associated Press

Updated: 2022-03-28 14:45:05

Pennsylvania’s Latinos want more state lawmakers from their communities. New district maps offer that chance.

Pennsylvania’s Latinos are hoping with new political maps that they will see more lawmakers from their communities.

By Anthony Orozco, Gabriela Martínez/WITF and Sam Dunklau

In new Pennsylvania congressional map, some U.S. House candidates find themselves in new districts

The new boundaries are muddying things for some congressional candidates in western Pennsylvania.

By Kiley Koscinski/WESA

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Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court justices are trying, begrudgingly, to pick a new congressional map

“This ended up in their laps because of the failure of the other two branches.”

By Katie Meyer/WHYY

A Pennsylvania Court sifts through a stack of Congressional maps, hears from those who drew them

Commonwealth Court is starting to pore over 14 ideas for carving the state up into 17 Congressional districts.

By Sam Dunklau

With court deadline looming, Pa. lawmakers ready one last congressional map attempt

With the Jan. 30 deadline imposed by Pa. Commonwealth Court approaching, the Republican-controlled state Senate is trying to cobble together a compromise.

By Katie Meyer/WHYY

The public is weighing in on Pa.’s redistricting ideas. So far, they don’t like what they see.

Even lawmakers admit the final versions must look significantly different than they do now before they can be used as the platform for future elections.

By Sam Dunklau