Not sure if you saw the news this weekend, but the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals lifted its administrative stay.
Not sure if you saw the news this weekend, but the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals lifted its administrative stay, and the Louisiana Legislature will now move forward with the special session that Governor John Bel Edwards called to draw a congressional map with two majority minority districts.
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The 2020 Census proved that one-third of Louisiana's population is Black, and Louisiana has six congressional districts. In the name of basic math, two of the six districts should be majorty minority districrts. Self-serving politicians refused to follow this basic math in the first place, so now the courts have ordered Louisiana to move forward with redrawing the maps.
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