Carter v. Chapman

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court undertook the “unwelcome obligation” of determining the state’s new congressional redistricting plan because the General Assembly and the Governor failed to do so. The Court rejected the proposal of its special master and instead adopted the “Carter Plan”. In very SCOPA fashion, the seven-member Court issued seven opinions in this 4-3 decision along party lines.

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