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Jefferson, St. Lawrence counties to see benefits from new prison census rules in New York

by Peter Wagner, August 19, 2010  

The Watertown Daily Times prints my letter to the editor where I explain that the state Legislature’s decision to count incarcerated people at home for redistricting purposes has a big upside for St. Lawrence and Jefferson counties that nobody is talking about.

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