Friday, March 4, 2011

New Jersey's redistricting panel cannot agree on a plan, so the State Supreme Court appointed a tiebreaker

"With time running out in New Jersey, the state's redistricting panel can't agree on how to shape the state's 40 legislative  districts based on the 2010 census data.
That impasse automatically triggered the need for State Supreme Court Chief Justice Stuart Rabner to pick an independent tie-breaker to preside over the panel - composed of five Democrats and five Republican - that deadlocked this week."

WNYC has more here.

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