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  • The districts must be equally populated
  • District lines must be contiguous or connected
  • Redistricting cannot dilute minority voting strength
  • District lines cannot be drawn solely on the basis of race
  • Districts must be compact
  • Communities of interest must be protected
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Q: What limits did the US Supreme Court place on Congressional redistricting?
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