It is a setback for those who hoped voting maps would be redrawn in time for the 2018 midterms.
One of the biggest challenges to our democracy occurs when states draw congressional district lines with the principal goal of helping one political party and hurting the other.
Brad Schimel, the state's attorney general, talks up the law that Democrats say kept tens of thousands from the polls in 2016.
The Supreme Court and a federal panel reject Republican challenges to a newly redrawn congressional map imposed on Pennsylvania by the state's high court.
The state's Democratic-majority Supreme Court issues new boundaries, throwing out a 6-year-old GOP-drawn map as unconstitutionally gerrymandered.
The fight over gerrymandering in Pennsylvania is a microcosm of the anything-goes tactics the GOP is employing to take and hold power.
Republican lawmakers say they will ask the U.S. Supreme Court to step in and put the decision on hold.