The Federal Appellate Courts rule on the process and how laws are invoked.  They review a case without receiving new evidence, hearing witnesses, or retrying the outcome.  Oftentimes, the 13 Federal Appellate Courts make the final decisions because the U.S. Supreme Court hears fewer than 2%  of the cases referred to them.

Today, the Arkansas Appeals Court ruling questioned who is allowed to file a gerrymandering suit.


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