Special master tasked with redrawing Alabama Congressional maps
Judges in Alabama have set a Sept. 25 deadline for new Congressional maps to be drawn. Republican lawmakers were supposed to redraw them after a Supreme Court decision, but a panel of judges rejected their attempt this week. Now the task falls to someone who is supposed to be neutral — a special master.
Here & Now‘s Scott Tong looks at the role of special master with Rebecca Green, associate professor at William and Mary Law School and co-director of the election law program.
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