Dan Walters

June 26, 2013 12:00 AM

Dan Walters: A dominant federal voting law bites the dust

When California's new redistricting commission was divvying up the state's 38 million residents among 177 legislative, congressional and Board of Equalization districts in 2011, the federal Voting Rights Act loomed large.

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