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Republicans lose case, but still win on redistricting (access required)

Republicans lost a federal court case seeking to force a redraw of Arizona’s legislative district map. But the status quo might not be so bad for the GOP.

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Then-Arizona Supreme Court Chief Justice Rebecca Birch oversees the Commission on Appellate Court Appointments' Jan. 21 meeting to select two new nominees for Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission. (Photo by Evan Wyloge/Arizona Capitol Times)

Lawsuit settlement signals end of current redistricting commission (access required)

Seven years after it was appointed to redraw the state’s congressional and legislative districts, the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission is preparing to shut down operations following the settlement of the final lawsuit against it.