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Florida Supreme Court Approves State’s Congressional Districts

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The Florida Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a lower court’s ruling about the state’s congressional districts, ending at least one phase of a nearly four-year legal battle over the map.

The ruling means a set of districts in South Florida crafted by a coalition of voting-rights groups will be used in the map over the next three elections.

Florida Associated Press reporter Gary Fineout tweets these reactions and analysis:

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