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Supreme Court puts off further rulings on partisan gerrymandering and religion vs. same-sex weddings

WASHINGTON - After failing to fully resolve two difficult cases this term, the Supreme Court signaled Monday that it was still not ready to decide when a Christian shop owner can refuse service to a same-sex wedding and whether some states have gone too far in gerrymandering their election maps for partisan advantage.

The justices said they

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