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Davis v. Ind. Citizens Redistricting Comm’n

Last Updated Sep 16, 2021
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No. 163486 (Mich. Sup. Ct.)

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Case Information

State court action seeking mandamus to compel the redistricting commission to release proposed redistricting maps by a specified date in order to comply with its constitutional deadline.

On September 16, 2021, the Michigan Supreme Court denied the requested relief and dismissed the action, holding that the plaintiff’s claim is not properly before the court because Davis failed to show that the ICRC did not comply with its constitutional deadline.

History

Case filings, starting with most recent court
    Name Last Modified
Complaint [Document not yet available] Aug 29, 2021
Order appealed from [Document not yet available] Aug 29, 2021
Motion to expedite [Document not yet available] Aug 29, 2021
Plaintiff's brief in support of complaint [Document not yet available] Sep 6, 2021
Highlighted document Document icon Order denying relief Sep 16, 2021

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