HARRISBURG (AP) – All seven PA Supreme Court justices are explaining their 4-3 vote last month to pick a new map of the state’s congressional districts. Opinions released show the Democrats in the court majority relied partially on how fair the various proposals would be to the two major parties. The job was left to the courts after Democrat Gov. Tom Wolf and the Republican majority state House and Senate deadlocked on drawing new lines for 17 congressional districts, reflecting the loss of a seat in the 2020 census. The U.S. Supreme Court declined to intervene. Candidates are circulating petitions to get on the May 17 primary ballot.