Winning The peoples court in North Carolina restore the Constitution. The previous court had gone against both the state and US Constitution. They recklessly threw out laws that were legally sound. Well last election the people voted out those rascals and put in Republican judges and here's what they did.
On voter ID, the court said the liberal justices had erred when they agreed with a lower court's decision to invalidate the state's 2018 law requiring photo ID at the polls, which the lower court said was discriminatory. They ordered the lower court to dismiss the case with prejudice.
The redistricting ruling sets up North Carolina to return to legislative maps. It also offers the U.S. Supreme Court an opportunity to sidestep ruling on a broad legal theory tied to this case.
“Our constitution expressly assigns the redistricting authority to the General Assembly subject to explicit limitations in the text. Those limitations do not address partisan gerrymandering,” they wrote.They dismissed the case and said the state Legislature can redraw the maps.
The two reversals on Friday weren't the only voting rights rulings coming out of the top court, which also heard an appeal on felon voting rights and determined that people with felony convictions must complete their sentences — including parole — before they are allowed to vote.