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Kansas | State Trial | Congress

Rivera v. Schwab

Last Updated Apr 25, 2022
Case number

No. 2022-CV-000089

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Case Information

State court challenge to Kansas’s congressional districts on the following grounds: (1) partisan gerrymandering; (2) vote dilution; (3) and violations of the Equal Protection, Freedom of Assembly, and Freedom of Speech Clauses of the Kansas Constitution.

On April 25, 2022, a Kansas state judge found the plan unconstitutional on both partisan gerrymandering and minority vote dilution grounds.

History

Case filings, starting with most recent court
    Name Last Modified
Document icon Petition Feb 14, 2022
Document icon AG motion to dismiss Mar 7, 2022
Highlighted document Document icon Decision Apr 25, 2022
Document icon Notice of appeal Apr 25, 2022

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