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Crooked Lines, Part 2: For State Lawmakers, Job Security Lies Within The (District) Map
State lawmakers usually win reelection with little or no opposition, and critics say that’s no accident. As Bobby Cuza explains in part two of his "Crooked Lines" series, because lawmakers draw their own district lines, opponents can be almost literally wiped off the map.
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