Scheduling of Widely Derided Apportionment Resolution Entangles, Inconveniences, and Denies Opponents


The scheduling of a senate state government committee hearing at the same time as an assembly judiciary committee hearing made it difficult – and impossible in some cases – for testifying members of voter rights, progressive an other organizations to offer their perspectives on a controversial apportionment resolution.

When the senate committee called the names of those slated to testify against the resolution, they met silence, as those activists and opponents tried to meet their obligations in the assembly committee.

And vice versa.

The hearings on the gerrymander-friendly resolution occurred on the fourth floor of the annex for the assembly and the first floor of the annex for the senate.

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