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Department of Justice sues Texas over GOP-drawn voting maps

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The Department of Justice is suing the state of Texas over its plan to redraw Congressional districts in the state, a move that U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland says unfairly discriminates against minority voters. MSNBC legal analyst and former federal prosecutor, Cynthia Alksne, joins News NOW to discuss what the DOJ is arguing and how Texas state officials are responding to the lawsuit.