HARRISBURG (AP) – PA’s highest court is breaking a partisan deadlock over a new map of congressional districts by selecting boundaries that broadly adhere to the current outlines of the state’s districts. In a 4-3 decision, the Democrat-majority state Supreme Court picked a 17-district map that had been proposed by a group of Democrat-aligned voters who sued last year in an effort to get the court involved. It’s unlikely to create a big shift in the makeup of the congressional delegation, as the state loses a seat because of sluggish population growth. By one analysis, the map has eight Republican-leaning districts, six Democrat-leaning districts and three closely divided districts.