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In the summer of 2021, the North Carolina legislature was still months away from what would become yet another pitched battle over redistricting, that normally once-in-a-decade process of redrawing political lines that, in North Carolina at least, has taken place a lot more frequently. Half a year later, the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision not to intervene finally locked the next election districts into place after an onslaught of legal wrangling at the state and federal levels.

In an article that was published by at least seven different regional publications, Poyner Spruill LLP partner Eddie Speas talks about the transparency of the 2021 redistricting process and the improvements over previous cycles.

To read the full article, Once-Secret Records on NC Political Maps Are Now Public – So We Asked for Them, visit Carolina Public Press, The Charlotte Observer, The News & Observer, The State, WECT, WRAL, and WUNC.

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