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Crooked Lines, Part 4: Reform Efforts Met With Support, Resistance
Advocates say the way legislative districts are drawn creates noncompetitive elections, breeds corruption and is a leading cause of Albany dysfunction. There is a movement for reform, but as Bobby Cuza explains in the fourth and final installment of his "Crooked Lines" series, one man could stand in the way.
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