Progress in the detection of malignant redistricting.
Gill v. Whitford looks to be a case for which oral argument might make a difference.
The key advance is the ability to identify whether a redistricting map is an extreme outlier in the degree of its partisan bias.
Analysis prompted by McClatchy news report.
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