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Why the State Should Stop "Prison Gerrymandering"

One person, one vote? Not in Connecticut. Not in most places.

When the bill had its first hearing at the Capitol last week, only one person testified. Brenda Wright, who works for Demos, a research and policy organization, told the judiciary committee that "crediting incarcerated people to the wrong location has the unfortunate and undemocratic result of creating a system of ‘representation without population.'"