Wisconsin Assembly Resolution 4: Prohibit Using Private Lawyers to Defend Redistricting

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Wisconsin Assembly Resolution 4: Prohibit Using Private Lawyers to Defend Redistricting

 

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Assembly Resolution 4, Prohibit using private lawyers to defend redistricting: Failed 35 to 62 in the state Assembly

 

To prohibit the legislature from contracting with private legal services to defend legislative redistricting efforts. In January, a federal court found that the legislative districts drawn by the legislature were unconstitutional. This bill would prohibit using tax revenue to pay private-sector attorneys to appeal. This vote was to withdraw the bill from committee to allow the entire Assembly to vote on it.

 

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