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Gill v. Whitford

Case Information

Date Filed: July 8, 2015
State: Wisconsin
Issue: Redistricting
Current Court: U.S. Supreme Court (Case 16-1161)

Issue:

Whether Wisconsin's redistricting plan violates the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment, the First Amendment right to freedom of association, and plaintiffs' civil rights under 42 U.S.C. 1982 and 1988.

Status:

Complaint filed 7/8/15. Opinion and Order denying defendants' motion to dismiss filed 12/17/15. Opinion and Order denying defendants' motion for summary judgment filed 4/7/16. Trial briefs filed 5/16/16. Post-trial briefs filed 6/10/16. Opinion finding Assembly Districts unconstitutionally drawn filed 11/21/16. Briefs on Remedies filed 12/21/16. Opinion and Order on Remedy filed 1/27/17. Notice of Appeal to U.S. Supreme Court filed 2/24/17. Jurisdictional Statement filed 3/24/17. Amicus Briefs filed 4/24/17. Motion to Affirm filed 5/8/17. Memo in Opposition filed 5/18/17. Stay Application filed 5/22/17. Order Granting Stay filed 6/19/17. Appellants' Brief filed 7/28/17. Joint Appendix filed 7/28/17. Appellees' Brief filed 8/28/17. Many Amicus Briefs filed in Aug. and Sept. Appellants' Reply Brief filed 9/19/17. Oral Argument Transcript filed 10/3/17.

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In the News

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How states can fix the Electoral College and prevent future Trumps

An op-ed written by Professor Edward Foley about repairing the Electoral College was published in USA Today.

“The imperative is to prevent another president who wins the White House without really winning the support of the electorates in the states that determine the outcome,” Foley writes. “The Founding Fathers would see that as a subversion of the Electoral College system. So should we.”
 

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Info & Analysis

Sixth Circuit Reverses Dismissal of Ohio ADA Case Alleging Discrimination Against Blind Voters

In an opinion released today, a three-judge panel of the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the decision of the district court dismissing a lawsuit alleging that Ohio\'s absentee voter system discriminates against blind voters. According to the panel, the district court accepted Ohio Secretary of State John Husted\'s \"fundamental alteration\" defense without any evidentiary support. The case, Hindel v. Husted, was remanded to the district court for further proceedings.

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