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Redistricting Revisit
Redistricting Revisit

AIR DATE: April 20, 2011

The debate over whether to draw an exclusively Latino district in Nevada has taken a very partisan twist. Some Latino leaders have said an Hispanic specific district would greatly empower the Latino population. But others have said doing so might hamper the influence Latinos have on other races in the state. Nevada Public Radio's, Jude Joffe-Block joins us to talk about what state Democrats and Republicans are saying about how the debate will shape up.
Jude Joffe-Block, reporter, Fronteras: The Changing Americas Desk
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