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AIR DATE: November 21, 2011

So you thought the fight over drawing the political lines for Congress and the Legislature was all over in Nevada? Well it is but there's more to know about it. In fact, Propublica argues that both parties have set up funds with little or no accountability to fight the court battle and try to get their way. In Nevada, the resolution seems have come speedily and peaceably. Not so in other states where litigation looks set to drag on well past Election Day, 2012 in Arizona and Texas.
 
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Lois Beckett, Propublica
Jon Ralston, host, Face-to-Face and political columnist, LV Sun

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