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N.C. State Conf. of the NAACP v. Berger I

Last Updated Dec 6, 2021
Case No. 21-cv-014476 (N.C. Super. Ct., Wake Cnty.)
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State court preemptive challenge to potential state legislative and congressional redistricting plans based on legislature’s failure to adequately consider racial data.

The court dismissed the case as moot on Dec. 3, 2021, because the state legislature enacted new districts.


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