Supreme Court Temporarily Blocks North Carolina Gerrymandering Ruling

The decision makes it likely the 2018 elections will be held using districts favorable to Republicans, but it is not particularly telling as the court weighs partisan gerrymandering.

Is Partisan Gerrymandering Legal? Why the Courts Are Divided.

Diverging decisions this week by federal judges in North Carolina and Pennsylvania are certain to draw the Supreme Court’s interest as it mulls whether to curtail partisan gerrymandering.

An Embattled North Carolina Seeks to Outrun a Law’s Bitter Legacy

Seven months after North Carolina repealed H.B. 2, which restricted restroom access for transgender people, the state is still grappling with the law’s fallout.

Deal on North Carolina Bathroom Law Would Expand Transgender Protections

By RICHARD FAUSSET October 18, 2017 Gov. Roy Cooper of North Carolina and transgender rights advocates announced on Wednesday that they had hammered out a settlement of a federal lawsuit that would allow transgender people to use public restrooms that match...