The heated battle over redistricting in Pennsylvania is the culmination of more than a year of roiling tensions between what some view as a brash and inexperienced state Supreme Court and a legislature that views the court as a political enemy that must be brought “to heel”—and it could get much worse, attorneys and other observers said.

“It’s open war now. It’s on,” said one lawyer familiar with both the state Supreme Court and the legislature. “It was waiting for an outlet.”

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