An attorney for the state is talking about yesterday’s hearing on Wisconsin’s political maps.
The U.S. Supreme Court took up the case yesterday.
Wisconsin Solicitor General Misha Tseytlin says some justices claimed that if the court decides the maps are unconstitutional, there could be more challenges from around the country.
Tseytlin says it’s hard to predict what will happen with the case but he’s optimistic.
Majority Republicans drew the maps in 2011.
The people challenging them argue that they limit the effect of Democratic votes for seats in the Legislature.