Challengers of the map said it violated the state's constitution laws on gerrymandering.
Anne Arundel County Senior Judge Lynne Battaglia ruled on March 25 that the original map was an “extreme partisan gerrymander.”
The map that prevails will define the state’s congressional districts until the next redistricting, after the 2030 census.
An Anne Arundel County judge called the previously passed map an “extreme partisan gerrymander.”
Primary elections will now be on July 19.
Some individuals on the council want to open up eligibility for the commission from registered voters to all city residents.
Here's a recap of the Maryland General Assembly's first month of its 2022 session.
The proposed map was passed last November and caused severe backlash in College Park and other municipalities.
City council members have concerns about how the redistricting could affect the city's relationship with UMD.
More than 150 people spoke at the public hearing.