Drawing Maps That Will Stand Up in Court

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Contents

  1. Drawing Maps That Will Stand Up in Court
  2. Definitions
  3. Why Redistrict?
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  5. Why Redistrict?
  6. The Facts of Life
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  8. The Facts of Life
  9. The Need for Limits
  10. Limits on Gerrymanders
  11. Limits on Gerrymanders
  12. Limits on Gerrymanders
  13. Limits on Gerrymanders
  14. The Census
  15. Equal Population
  16. Congressional Districts
  17. Legislative Districts
  18. Racial and Language Minorities
  19. Data on Race and Language
  20. Voting Rights Act 2
  21. Voting Rights Act 5
  22. Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment
  23. Racial Gerrymanders
  24. North Carolina
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  27. North Carolina
  28. Racial Gerrymanders
  29. Texas
  30. Texas
  31. Texas
  32. Texas
  33. Texas
  34. Texas
  35. Louisiana
  36. Louisiana
  37. Louisiana
  38. Florida
  39. Florida
  40. North Carolina
  41. North Carolina
  42. North Carolina
  43. Racial Gerrymanders
  44. Georgia
  45. Georgia
  46. Racial Gerrymanders
  47. Traditional Districting Principles
  48. Strict Scrutiny
  49. Illinois
  50. Partisan Gerrymandering
  51. Partisan Gerrymandering
  52. Federalism in Redistricting
  53. The Minnesota Experience
  54. Federalism in Redistricting
  55. Drawing Maps that Will Stand Up in Court

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October 06, 2010 (Wednesday)

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