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January 09, 2012

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pbarron

Typo: "Last month, Texas Republicans and Democrats agreed to move the primary from March 3 to April 6"

Should read: "March 6 to April 3"


Read more here: http://blogs.star-telegram.com/politex/2012/01/supreme-court-hearing-on-texas-redistricting-concludes-report-of-justices-appearing-unsure.html#storylink=cpy

Amanbatheja

Just fixed. Thanks!

PhiloPhool

Can the legislature or courts pass a law (a ruling by a Judge--ie court--has the same effect legally as a law passed by the legislature and signed by the governor)which violates a legally passed amendment to the U.S. Constitution? This is the only question which should be considered by the court regarding redistricing as any law which is based on race, creed, color or naitonal origin is UNCONSTITUTIONAL and those who claim a district MUST BE DRAWN TO BENEFIT ANY GROUP BASED ON RACE, CREED, COLOR OR NATIONAL ORIGINAL IS IN VIOLATION OF THE EQUAL RIGHT AMENDMENT. Or perhaps if an unconstitional law benefits a legal minority, it is therefore constitutional.

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