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November 08, 2011



I am exceedingly suspicious of any redistricting issues that only have to pass one party's measure of "fair," so I'm pretty happy that this is going to get some real scrutiny. There's no question that rigging the districts has been a priority of both parties for the last couple decades. In some ways, making it difficult to change now is a great thing, in others, it may make it more difficult to return district mapping to some semblance of common sense.

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