Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Alabama Racial Gerrymandering Case

Supreme court hears arguments in alabama racial gerrymandering case

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U.S. Supreme Court justices heard oral arguments on Merrill v. Milligan which focuses on Alabama’s new congressional maps. Civil rights activists say losing the case would diminish the voting power of people of color. NBC News’ Yamiche Alcindor reports.

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