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Where should inmates be counted for redistricting?

The Texas House Research Organization has a lengthy article that cites a lot of our Texas research on prison-based gerrymandering.

by Peter Wagner, August 26, 2010

Tom Howe has has a lengthy article Where should inmates be counted for redistricting? in the Texas House Research Organizations’ Interim News.

The article cites a lot of our research, including:

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