Alabama draws new congressional map with 1 majority-Black district, defying Supreme Court
Alabama lawmakers on Friday refused to create a second majority-Black district while approving a new congressional map. The move appears to defy a recent Supreme Court order that said a map with only one majority-Black district out of seven likely violates the federal Voting Rights Act. Kareem Crayton, senior director for voting and representation at the Brennan Center, joined CBS News to discuss.
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