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“In Pennsylvania gerrymander case, experts can’t defend the indefensible”

Philadelphia Inquirer: It’s virtually undisputed that Pennsylvania’s congressional map satisfies this test. The map was drawn in secret by Republicans using reams of sophisticated data. It was then jammed through the General Assembly, largely on party-line votes, in a matter of days. … Continue reading ?
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