Judges Toss NAACP’s Claims of Gerrymandering in Georgia

A three-member panel of federal judges dismissed allegations of voting-rights violations brought by the Georgia chapter of the NAACP, finding the group did not prove that a state law allowing for the redistricting of two key districts discriminates against minority voters.

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DC Residents Claim Redevelopment of Their Apartments Is Discriminatory

Residents of a Washington, D.C. housing complex currently undergoing redevelopment claim in court that the D.C. Housing Authority is forcing them from their homes without providing them access to suitable alternative housing or assurances they’ll ever be able to return to their old neighborhood.

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