Big picture first . . .
The arc of history shows us that, inevitably, population centers ALWAYS overpower rural areas. That is the irrefutable history of civilization.
In the meantime . . .
Take a peek at legal slap-fighting in Kansas which tacitly admits that the Sunflower State GOP is playing for time against the power of the progressive housewives of Johnson & Douglas County . . . And their pink pussy hats . . .
"The U.S. Supreme Court declared in 2019 that partisan gerrymandering is a political issue and not for the federal courts to resolve. That still leaves the question of whether state courts might declare that the Kansas Constitution separately bars gerrymandering."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - Democrats in Kansas filed a third lawsuit Tuesday against a congressional redistricting law enacted by the Republican-controlled Legislature, arguing that GOP gerrymandering aimed to "practically void" Democratic votes in the liberal enclave of Lawrence. Four Democrats from the northeast Kansas city filed the lawsuit in Douglas County District Court, claiming that the new law violates the Kansas Constitution.