Co-chairs Senator Bob Rucho, left, and David R. Lewis, right, huddle before the start of the first day of the Joint Select Committee on Congressional Redistricting’s morning meeting at the N.C. Legislature on February 16. On Thursday, a panel of three federal judges said legislative maps drawn by Rucho and Lewis included unconstitutional racial gerrymandering.
Co-chairs Senator Bob Rucho, left, and David R. Lewis, right, huddle before the start of the first day of the Joint Select Committee on Congressional Redistricting’s morning meeting at the N.C. Legislature on February 16. On Thursday, a panel of three federal judges said legislative maps drawn by Rucho and Lewis included unconstitutional racial gerrymandering. Corey Lowenstein clowenst@newsobserver.com
Co-chairs Senator Bob Rucho, left, and David R. Lewis, right, huddle before the start of the first day of the Joint Select Committee on Congressional Redistricting’s morning meeting at the N.C. Legislature on February 16. On Thursday, a panel of three federal judges said legislative maps drawn by Rucho and Lewis included unconstitutional racial gerrymandering. Corey Lowenstein clowenst@newsobserver.com

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