Despite Having 'Grave Concerns' Court Says Texas Can Make Voting MapsA federal court ruled Wednesday that Texas can change voting maps without supervision despite "grave concerns".
Texas Fights Judicial Move That Would Require Voting Map ApprovalA federal court is considering whether the state of Texas can be trusted to make new voting maps after it found racial discrimination in the initial maps that solidified Republican power.
Stakes High For Texas Voting Laws With 2018 Election LoomingThree losses in federal court in barely a month over its voting laws have raised the stakes for Texas at a hearing before a three-judge panel.
Federal Court: Discrimination In Texas Voting Maps The future of Texas' voting districts is again in question after a federal court Tuesday found evidence of discrimination in new district maps approved by the state's Republican-controlled Legislature last year.
Candidates Study New Texas Political MapsLawyers representing Hispanic and African American groups have asked judges in Washington to make a decision quickly on whether new political maps in Texas violate the federal Voting Rights Act.
Will The Texas Primary Really Matter?With 155 delegates up for grabs during its primary, Texas is the nation's second biggest prize. In any normal year Texas matters, but the redistricting fight has delayed the state primary.
Time Running Out For State Electoral Maps AgreementTime is running out for a minority group and the State Attorney General's office to agree on how to draw new political maps.
SCOTUS Halts New Texas Electoral MapsThe Supreme Court of the United States has blocked the use of Texas state legislative and congressional district maps that were drawn by federal judges to boost minorities' voting power.