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Judges question intent of redistricted Maryland map

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Three federal judges on Tuesday expressed doubt that Maryland's new congressional map was drawn with the intent of undermining the voting power of minorities, as nine black voters have charged in a lawsuit against the map. Instead, it appears the mapmakers' intent was rooted in protecting some congressional incumbents, said Judge Paul V. Niemeyer, one of the three judges who reviewed the...

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