A group representing the highest state judicial officers across the country urged the nation’s highest court on Tuesday not to strip them of power to review electoral maps designed by politicians.

The Conference of Chief Justices filed an amicus brief in a case being heard by the U.S. Supreme Court in the fall that challenges North Carolina’s congressional map, drawn by the GOP-led state Legislature, as being allegedly illegally gerrymandered to disfavor Democrats.

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