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Terre Haute City Council to vote on ending prison-based gerrymandering

by Leah Sakala, May 7, 2012  

A couple of weeks ago I blogged that Terre Haute, Indiana is considering ending prison-based gerrymandering. A recent Tribune Star story reports that this week the City Council may vote on a resolution to remove the prison population from District 1 for redistricting purposes. Stay tuned for more updates!

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