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“Republicans Fighting to Protect Gerrymandering in Pennsylvania Have an Ethics Problem”

Pema Levy: Last week, after the Pennsylvania state supreme court invalidated the state’s GOP-friendly congressional map, top Republicans in the state legislature asked the state supreme court to throw out the decision. One of the Democratic justices, they argued, should have recused … Continue reading ?
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