Prison gerrymandering gives extra political power to legislators who have prisons in their districts. We put numbers on the problem and sparked a movement to protect our democratic process from the overgrown prison system.
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This week’s fact of the week is an editorial by the New York Times Editorial Board calling for the Census Bureau to change how it counts prisoners: Jailhouse Blues EDITORIAL Published: November 22, 2004 The founding fathers envisioned a simple head count when they decreed that the country would conduct a census once every 10 […]