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NV Redistricting goes to court?
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AIR DATE: June 13, 2011

Now that the state legislature has passed on a chance to legislate redistricting in Nevada, how will the redistricting process work in court?  How have other states dealt with redistricting?  We talk to a UNLV professor and a redistricting expert.
 
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Justin Levitt, Assoc Prof, Loyola Law School
Ken Fernandez, Prof of Poli Sci, UNLV

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