A new Colorado congressional map is before the Supreme Court. Now the legal battles begin.

Organizations including the Colorado Latino Leadership, Advocacy and Research Organization and Campaign Legal Center, a national nonprofit, have already said they plan to argue before the court that the new congressional map would dilute the influence of Latino voters. “Our concern is that the chosen map violates the Colorado Constitution because it needlessly dilutes the electoral influence of Colorado’s Latino voters,” said Corey Goldstone, a spokesman for Campaign Legal Center, adding that the group plans to file a brief with the court by Oct. 8. 

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