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Role of Gerrymandering in Congressional Disfunction

Panel discusses reforms to gerrymandering. An attempt to better represent a state's constituents and provide for more competative seats. This requires members of Congress to be less partisan because their districts would be less partisan.

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Role of Gerrymandering in Congressional Disfunction

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Boston, Massachusetts, United States
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