SCOTUS will hear case that tests power of state legislatures to set rules for federal elections

The Supreme Court will take up a case from North Carolina next term that could upend federal elections by eliminating virtually all oversight of those elections by state courts. On Thursday, the justices granted review in Moore v. Harper, a dispute arising from the state’s efforts to draw new congressional maps in response to the 2020 census. Amy Howe, SCOTUSblog.

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