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In response to gerrymandering lawsuit, Legislature’s attorneys argue lawmakers — not the courts — decide redistricting
Utah Lt. Gov. Deirdre Henderson, the Utah Legislature and several lawmakers are listed as defendants in the lawsuit.

Attorneys for the Utah Legislature asked a judge Monday evening to throw out a lawsuit that claimed Utah’s congressional redistricting amounted to an unconstitutional gerrymander.

The Legislature’s attorneys argued that the challenge would escalate a political disagreement to a judicial exercise based on “illusory standards of political equality in a highly unequal partisan landscape.

May 2, 2022

Robert Gehrke

The Salt Lake City Weekly

Lawsuit filed against Utah leaders over redistricting
A lawsuit has been filed against the state of Utah over its controversial redistricting measures.

Mar 17, 2022

Ben Winslow


Better Boundaries Plaintiff Eleanor Sundwall and Attorney David Reymann
One of the Better Boundaries plaintiffs, Eleanor Sundwall, and attorney David Reymann, have details on the redistricting lawsuit.

Mar 29, 2022

Leslie Thatcher


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