Ohio Supreme Court declines to hold redistricting map committee in contempt
TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - Lawmakers will not be held in contempt over their failure to produce a new General Assembly map.
The Ohio Supreme Court had ruled the Redistricting Committee’s earlier attempts at re-drawing maps unconstitutional, and ordered for them to be redrawn in a less partisan manner.
The Committee has ignored that order, as it did for the Congressional District map as well.
A federal court has allowed Ohio to use the maps ruled unconstitutional for this year’s elections only.
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