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Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel and Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson are asking a federal judge to toss a challenge the state’s new redistricting law.

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The United States Supreme Court issued an order Friday stating lawmakers in Lansing can pause their efforts for now when it comes to redrawing Michigan’s political district lines. 

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The Republican-led Michigan Senate on Wednesday proposed cutting spending in Democratic Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson’s office to fund a new redistricting commission, a move she said violates the intent of the constitutional amendment approved by voters last fall.

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A group opposing a November ballot initiative to change Michigan's redistricting process has launched a radio ad that calls Proposal 2 a "blank check" for a commission of 13 people that would draw congressional and legislative lines once a decade.

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Emails produced in a lawsuit over Michigan's legislative and congressional maps show Republicans eager to pack Democratic voters in certain districts after the 2010 census.


Michigan voters likely will be asked if they want to create a commission to draw districts for seats in Congress and the state Legislature.