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Floterial districts were used for congressional elections when a state would gain a district through apportionment, fail to redistrict, and elect the addition seats through overlapping at-large districts.
While it said states are free to redistrict at will, the justices invalidated Texas's District 23, citing a Section 2 violation of the Voting Rights Act.
Allowing state legislators to redistrict opens up the possibility of
And frankly, there is no limit on how many times a state can redistrict in the constitution or federal statute unless they [the Supreme Court] pluck it out of thin air.