Judicial Watch Joins Allied Educational Foundation in Asking Supreme Court to Reject Maryland’s Gerrymandering Scheme
Urges High Court to Overturn Lower Court Ruling that Used ‘Overly Broad’ Standards to Uphold the ‘Most Extreme and Effective Congressional Gerrymander in the Nation’ (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today it joined with Allied Educational Foundation (AEF) in filing an amici curiae brief in the United…
Defendant Montgomery County, Maryland Has More Registered Voters Than Voting Age Citizens (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch filed a lawsuit today in order to gain access under federal law to voter registration lists in Montgomery County, Maryland. The suit was filed against Montgomery County and the Maryland State Boards of…
Judicial Watch Files Amicus Brief Asking Supreme Court To Require Fourth Circuit to Follow Three-Judge Court Act in Maryland Gerrymandering Challenge
(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it filed an amicus curiae brief with the U.S. Supreme Court asking the court to affirm the Three-Judge Court Act, a law requiring three federal judges to be empaneled to hear key federal lawsuits concerning redistricting, voting rights, and other key constitutional…
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The Daily Caller reports on Judicial Watch’s historic lawsuit that would effectively eliminate the practice of gerrymandering.
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Andrea Noble at the Washington Times writes about Judicial Watch’s historic gerrymandering lawsuit filed yesterday in federal court. In the lawsuit, Judicial Watch argues that all Maryland voters, regardless of party, are harmed by the state districting plan.
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The Maryland Reporter writes on Judicial Watch’s historic lawsuit seeking to protect the voting rights of Maryland citizens. In the lawsuit, Judicial Watch provides the court with a formula that could be used in the drawing of legislative districts around the country.
Judicial Watch Files Seven Lawsuits to Expose Clinton Email Scandal Skiing and Politicking on the Taxpayer Dime Are Courts Above the Law? Judicial Watch Files Seven Lawsuits to Expose Clinton Email Scandal Two months ago, on March 2, 2015, The New York Times reported then-Secretary Clinton used at least one…
Judicial Watch recently filed an amicus brief on behalf of Maryland residents whose voting rights are at risk. Talk Radio News has more.
Judicial Watch Files Amicus Brief with U.S. Supreme Court Alleging Fourth Circuit Violated Federal Law in Allowing One Judge to Review Critical Maryland Gerrymandering Case
Federal Law Requires Three Judges to Hear Redistricting Challenges (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that on March 20, 2015, it filed an amicus curiae brief with the U.S. Supreme Court asking it to review a Fourth Circuit Court ruling that violates the Three-Judge Court Act by allowing a single judge to…