So it's a 31-day sprint – new legislative maps for North Carolina are supposed to be enacted by one month from today. The 28 racially gerrymandered districts need to be fixed quickly, but you'd be hard pressed to know which ones they are from the news.
OK, maybe the General Assembly doesn't have to rush too much if the "worst kept secret" is true and the majority's preferred districts have already been drawn.
While the court decision got pretty widespread coverage, that coverage fails to include helpful maps. Check out this (condensed) screen shot from Google News:
Mostly the familiar images of buildings, politicians, scales, gavels, and voting booths. Both the News and Observer and WFAE show the Congressional maps. Other images show partial or distant images of a map, but not in a way that's legible or informative.
I also created two static maps back in June (tweeted by @mapwrench and others). The House:
And the Senate:
Still, as I've noted elsewhere, to really grasp which districts will be redrawn, you need to understand about the county grouping requirements. I'm working on a post about that, hopefully to be posted later today.