Supreme Court Leaves 'Wild West' of Partisan Gerrymandering in Place — For Now
The U.S. Supreme Court punted Monday on its biggest decision of its term so far. The justices had been expected to rule on the limits of partisan gerrymandering.
Paul Smith, a Georgetown law professor who argued the case for those challenging the Wisconsin redistricting map, was relieved.
"I'm pretty glad we lived to fight another day," he said.