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In a shocking decision, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that Alabama discriminated against black voters during its redistricting process last year.

The stunning Thursday ruling in the case Allen v. Milligan means that Alabama will have to redraw its congressional map to include a second majority-black district.

The 5-4 decision was written by Chief Justice John Roberts and saw Justice Brett Kavanaugh join with the three liberals on the court.

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The opinion does not “diminish or disregard the concern” that the Voting Rights Act “may impermissibly elevate race in the allocation of political power within the States,” Roberts wrote for the majority.

“Instead, the Court simply holds that a faithful application of precedent and a fair reading of the record does not bear those concerns out here.”

The opinion was surprising considering the conservative court acted to gut provisions of the Voting Rights Act on two previous occasions.

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