In a rarely taken step, the California Supreme Court voted Wednesday to hear a challenge to a statewide initiative that has qualified for the March ballot aimed at changing the way legislative boundaries are drawn.

Acting on a request submitted by members of the state Senate who want the measure stricken from the ballot, the justices placed the matter on calendar for Dec. 8, the court’s next scheduled argument session.

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