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SCOTUS keeps GOP-drawn congressional map in Alabama amid claims it dilutes Black vote

The Supreme Court voted 5-4 to stop the ordered redrawing of Alabama’s congressional map, which has only one Black-majority congressional district for 2022 elections. Voting rights advocates argue Alabama’s increasing Black population should be represented by an additional congressional district. CBS News chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford reports from the Supreme Court.
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