High Court upholds WV redistricting

U.S. Supreme Court justices on Tuesday upheld West Virginia's congressional redistricting plan, which means they reversed a lower federal court ruling that struck down the plan. The high court said the West Virginia plan is fine, and that the population variations are too small to cause any constitutional concerns about the principle of one person, one vote. The high court took it a step farther and said West Virginia's works well when it comes to keeping counties intact and not pitting incumbents against each other.