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Judge Hints That Redistricting Commission Ballot Question Can Move Forward After Edits

December 23, 2019, The Nevada Independent, by Riley Snyder & Michelle Rindels

A Carson City judge signaled he would allow a proposed redistricting ballot question to move forward if backers were to use a watered-down description when gathering signatures that didn’t call map-drawers “independent” or assert they would make “fair and competitive” voting districts.

Adam Hosmer-Henner, an attorney defending the petition, said the “acid test” of whether the opposition was simply trying to delay or obstruct the ballot question or whether they had legitimate concerns about the language was whether they would agree to any modifying language.  To read entire article click here.

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