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A group of Republicans have petitioned the California Supreme Court to put a check on the state’s redistricting commission, weeks before the state’s new congressional districts, some of which split cities in half, are finalized.

Update Dec. 15: The California Supreme Court denied the group’s petition.

The petition asks the California Supreme Court to replace the California Citizens Redistricting Commission’s counsel, disclose non-public commission meetings and explain the commission’s redistricting statistical analysis.

California voters created the California Citizens Redistricting Commission when they voted in Proposition 11 in 2008. Five Democrats, five Republicans, and four independent voters serve

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