Could the House stop gerrymandering all by itself?

Derek Cressman

Former members of Congress are suggesting that the House simply refuse to seat members who are elected from gerrymandered districts. The House has authority to judge the elections and qualifications of its members under the Constitution. Why not use it to say that only members elected from states that use independent commissions to draw political districts (such as Arizona and California) are duly elected?


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