My impression is the SCOTUS doesn’t want to address gerrymandering, so it is something that the states will likely do individually through a mix of legislative actions, ballot initiatives and state or federal court lawsuits.
So what actions have been taken to overturn to prohibit gerrymandering?
In the 2018 election, Missouri, Michigan and Colorado passed ballot initiatives to prohibit the practice (I believe).
Earlier this year, Ohio passed an intiative to do the same thing.
The courts in PA and NC have struck down their maps, but in NC the legislature just ignores the courts.
Maryland had their maps tossed out by a federal court.
What about other heavily gerrymandered states? Texas, Wisconsin, Virginia, etc? Is there any move towards overturning gerrymandering in those places?
Wisconsin’s map is tied up in court right now, I’m not sure how that will end. I believe the SCOTUS is going to look at Virginia’s maps, but I’m not sure what the outcome could be.