Redistricting Problems Even Worse This Year in Wisconsin Says Group

The legislative redistricting process in Wisconsin was bound to get a little contentious.  Democrats were locked out of the process of redrawing political boundaries in the state completely during this last go 'round.  The republican-controlled approach led to a federal court battle.   There's a better way, says Jay Heck from Wisconsin Common Cause.  Like in Iowa, where political districts are drawn up every ten years by a nonpartisan board



 The groups who filed lawsuits regarding new redistricting maps claim they were done in such a way as to especially limit voting influence of blacks and latinos in the state.  


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