HARRISBURG (AP) – PA’s Democrat-majority Supreme Court is taking control of choosing new district lines for the state’s shrinking congressional delegation. It’s a process that has deadlocked Gov. Tom Wolf and the Legislature. The five Democrat justices issued an order directing a lower judge to give them a report by Monday that recommends a new map, along with her legal and factual findings that support it. Gov. Wolf has vetoed a proposed map that passed the Republican-majority Legislature on nearly party lines. Comparatively slow population growth over the past decade has cost the state a congressional seat, so the new map must account for a drop in the delegation from 18 to 17.