Justices appear divided during oral arguments on Wis. redistricting case

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Hearing oral arguments Tuesday on Wisconsin's partisan gerrymandering case, members of the U.S. Supreme Court took on questions ranging from which voters should have legal standing to whether the justices themselves should get involved at all.
Chief Justice John Roberts appeared to come down strongly on the side for the nation's highest court to take a pass.
"If the claim is allowed to proceed, there will naturally be a lot of these claims raised around the country," Roberts said, describing politics as a "very important driving force" and questioning why a racial gerrymandering challenge shou...

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