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Some worry California Citizens Redistricting Commission lacks diversity in applicant pool

Despite requests from more than 20 civic groups that she keep recruiting applicants for the California Citizens Redistricting Commission past the present Aug. 9 deadline, state Auditor Elaine Howle doesn’t appear to believe it is necessary.  Last week, California Common

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Supreme Court case could put Congressional redistricting back in hands of Legislatures

Thanks to the Arizona legislature, control of redistricting for U.S. congressional districts in California soon could pass back to Sacramento. A lawsuit brought by lawmakers in Phoenix, now before the U.S. Supreme Court, argues that only state legislatures have the right to

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Is Gov. Brown Saying Urban Riots OK? 3

APRIL 13, 2011 By WAYNE LUSVARDI Is Gov. Jerry Brown dangerously inferring that if he does not get his proposed state budget balanced high, urban riots are not only inevitable but permissible? On April 10, he spoke at the Reagan

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