There is little about American democracy that is more contentious or more vulnerable to abuse than drawing the districts that elect representatives at all levels of government.
To call Newport, Nebraska, a small town inflates its size. Located on the edge of the sparsely populated Sand Hills, the hamlet has just 70 people. Like nearly all of...
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