FILE - Khadidah Stone stands on the dividing line between her old Alabama congressional District 7, to her right with River City Church, and her new district, District 2, to her left, in downtown Montgomery, Ala., Sept. 20, 2022. The Supreme Court’s decision last June siding with Black voters on a redistricting case in Alabama gave Democrats and voting rights activists a surprise opportunity ahead of the 2024 elections to have congressional maps redrawn in a handful of states. Fast forward three months and maps in Alabama and other states that could produce more districts represented by Black lawmakers still don’t exist. (AP Photo/Vasha Hunt, File)
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(AP Photo/Vasha Hunt, File)
WASHINGTON (AP) — In a story published Sept. 17, 2023, about racial gerrymandering cases, The Associated Press erroneously identified Stuart Naifeh as a plaintiff. He is a lawyer for the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund who represents the plaintiffs.