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by Peter Wagner,
March 12, 2010
Bruce Reilly has this report on Tuesday’s hearing in Rhode Island to end prison-based gerrymandering.
Rhode Island is about to make history; but will it be positive or negative?
The residents of Cranston who don’t live next to the state’s prison complex have their votes diluted in the city council, charges a new report.
The NAACP LDF announces support for ending prison-based gerrymandering in Rhode Island, and the major opponents of reform change positions.
Learn more about the organization behind the Prison Gerrymandering Project.
The transfer of Black and Latino incarcerated people to communities very different than their own is a nationwide problem.
We explain that prison gerrymandering is bad for democracy but federal & state aid are not impacted.
How a prison helped one man get elected with just two votes.