@Mia Day Burroughs, Thanks for the catch. You were clearly more conscious than me yesterday.
@SmorgasOfBorg. You can find the most recent Republican-proposed maps here:
N.C. Senate: http://www.ncleg.net/gis/randr07/District_…
For past proposals and a host of other information on the process, check here:
@peacefulcapitalist SCSJ's map is here: http://www.southerncoalition.org/node/498
No agenda, just bad errors for which I apologize. I included his full statement that states he's in his fourth year on the planning board and did not get that correct in my writeup, and I interpreted the fact that he served on the transportation board to mean that he served a term. I should have checked and been clearer. Thanks for clearing that up.
Rucho and Lewis released the Congressional maps today. You can find them here: http://www.ncleg.net/gis/randr07/District_…
We'll bring you reaction and analysis in advance of the July 7 hearing.
@RaleighRob Good point. It should also be noted that the Williams Institute did a study after the Census data was collected that found that 15 percent of same-sex couples identified themselves differently than as spouses or unmarried partners or were otherwise not counted by the Census. That study is here: http://www3.law.ucla.edu/williamsinstitute…
House Bill 358 received unanimous approval, 116-0, from the N.C. House this afternoon during second and third readings and now will be sent to the N.C. Senate for consideration.
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