Rep. Brad Miller has no friends left in the North Carolina Legislature, where he drew his own district 10 years ago from a perch on the state Senate redistricting panel. Now, Republicans are making him their No. 1 target and looking for ways to dismantle his district.
Under the 1965 Voting Rights Act, either the Department of Justice or a federal court must also approve the final lines.
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