Court Bars Colorado Redistricting Plan

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The Colorado Supreme Court throws out the state's new congressional redistricting plan, saying the GOP-sponsored change in voter allocation violates the state's constitution. Colorado laws call for redistricting only once a decade; a Denver judge drew the congressional districts last year, following a legislative stalemate in the state capital. NPR's Jeff Brady reports.



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