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COLUMBIA, S.C. — A federal court in South Carolina granted the State Conference of the NAACP and other plaintiffs’ request to appoint a three-judge panel to decide their constitutional challenges of the redrawing of state House of Representatives and congressional districts. The plaintiffs believe the districts will not be redrawn by the deadline to file for candidacy and the uncertainty hinders their ability to “encourage candidates to run, educate voters on the positions held by candidates in their districts, and organize voters on behalf of candidates who share their views.”

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