In an unusual ruling, a NC state court has struck down two amendments to the state constitution claiming that the legislature that recommended those amendments was illegitimate due to extreme gerrymandering. That logic could well apply to every law passed by the legislature, and it further ignores the fact that the amendments themselves were directly approved by voters in the 2018 elections. One amendment dealt with requirements for voter ID, which could be struck down on other grounds, but claiming the legislature wasn't authorized to propose an amendment that was subsequently approved by the people is an odd argument.