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Gerrymandering Gone Wild Series Part 4 – Legal Action Against Partisan Gerrymandering
The Supreme Court ruled that gerrymandering was unconstitutional, but there are still loopholes where politicians can get away with it. This technique has been used to influence elections and has been employed by both Democrats and Republicans but used more by Republicans. Beverly talks with Doug Poland, Litigation Director of Forward Law, a non-profit, non-partisan law firm about how gerrymandering affects the way we vote and what can be done about it as politicians continue their abuse of power by manipulating district lines behind closed doors without public oversight or consent.
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Doug Poland – Litigation Director of Forward Law
Law Forward, Inc.
P.O. Box 326
Madison, WI 53703-0326
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