Congressional Bill Seeks End to Congressional Gerrymandering | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Congressional Bill Seeks End to Congressional Gerrymandering

Today Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives introduced The Redistricting Reform Act of 2015 to end the gerrymandering of congressional districts by requiring that they be drawn by an unbiased citizen commission. In most states, redistricting creates a clear conflict of interest that allow the foxes to guard the henhouse. Members of the state legislature manipulate congressional maps behind closed doors for partisan advantage, incumbent protection, and sometimes even to create a district for themselves.

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