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Texas taxpayers shell out millions to defend redistricting maps
The GOP-approved maps have drawn the ire of civil rights groups.
Release of 2020 census data starts countdown to congressional redistricting
Redrawing congressional maps is an expensive process — one that will shape U.S. politics for the next 10 years.
Voting rights advocates equate fees to modern-day poll tax
In most states, a felony conviction can result in the loss of voting rights for some period of time.
State-level redistricting fights involve plenty of money moves
The Labor Day weekend signals the last campaigning and fundraising push before the midterm elections.