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That means the justices will have to determine if partisan gerrymandering is even justiciable.
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First Known Use of justiciable
Legal Definition of justiciable
: capable of being decided according to legal principles by a court whether the tax laws unfairly burden the poor is not a justiciable issue; especially : triable in a court the claim is not justiciable because the plaintiff has no present right to the property but may in the future — see also political question at question 2 — compare moot
justiciability\jə-ˌsti-shə-ˈbi-lə-tē, -shē-ə-\ play noun
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