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“How Columbus’s Majority-Black City Council Might be Violating the Voting Rights Act”

Brentin Mock for CityLab: But how can this method be racially discriminatory in a city like Columbus where, despite having a black population that is roughly 30 percent, the city council is majority black? Everyday People for Positive Change argues that it’s because those … Continue reading ?
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