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Norelli v. Scanlan

Last Updated May 31, 2022
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No. 226-2022-CV-00126 (N.H. Super. Ct., Hillsborough); No. 2022-0184 (N.H. S. Ct.)

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State court challenge to malapportioned congressional districts based on anticipated legislative failure to redraw the lines after a new Census.

On May 12, 2022, the state supreme court declared the existing 2010 congressional map to be unconstitutionally malapportioned, and appointed a Special Master to recommend a new congressional plan based on 2020 census data.

On May 31, 2022, after the legislative session ended without new districts, the court adopted the Special Master’s recommended congressional map.


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