November 11, 2012

The cure for legislative gridlock

If there is one issue the major political parties can always agree on is redistricting -- at least in this respect. If Republicans control the state house when it comes time to change the district lines delineating the areas local, state and federal officers will represent, their prime objective is not to ensure that the “one man one vote” principle is upheld but how to maximize political power.

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