(Springfield, IL) — The state Supreme Court is rejecting a request to reconsider its decision to keep an Independent Map amendment proposal off the November ballot. Illinois’s high court reaffirmed last month’s vote yesterday to keep fall voters from deciding the way political maps are drawn in the state. The Rauner-backed proposal would have given an independent commission map-drawing power instead of the Legislature.
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