HARRISBURG (AP) – Lawyers are arguing before the PA Supreme Court, with most of them aiming to persuade justices to pick their clients’ preferred map of new congressional districts and reject a Republican-backed map recommended by a lower court judge. Today’s oral arguments were on course to take hours, with the primary election schedule bearing down. Political control in Washington, DC is at stake, as courts and lawmakers in many other states hash out the boundaries of congressional districts to last through 2032. PA’s Democrat-majority high court must make the final decision on how to draw the state’s congressional districts after Democrat Gov. Tom Wolf and the Republican-controlled Legislature deadlocked.