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T.M. Wolf
Gerrymandering and Census by day. By night, I write. My novel, SOUND ( / ), is here: .
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T.M. Wolf 10h
This has been my favorite read in a very long time
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T.M. Wolf 10h
"When the late-summer doldrums hit, when the city is halitotic..." with an iconic opener
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C. Stelzenmüller 17h
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Yurij Rudensky Aug 22
61% of Michiganders voted for independent redistricting despite the $3.4 m spent by the conservative opposition. And now a 2nd lawsuit has been filed challenging the commission. MI is among the most gerrymandered states. Those responsible want to keep it that way at any cost.
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T.M. Wolf Aug 21
Truer words have never been autopopulated
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Brennan Center Aug 20
“The Census count is vital for making sure all communities get the funding they need in order to operate,” says Brennan Center expert .
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T.M. Wolf Aug 20
Are these coming to the US?
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T.M. Wolf Aug 18
My first Ginzburg and I’m definitely digging it
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T.M. Wolf Aug 18
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T.M. Wolf Aug 18
Replying to @infomodernist
Aren't we all?
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Brennan Center Aug 17
"It’s important to make clear how abnormal, un-American and aberrant these ways of doing things are.” -Brennan Center expert
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Darran Anderson Aug 16
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T.M. Wolf Aug 15
Replying to @tomTMwolf
After seeing the DOJ forgo obvious constitutional arguments, it's difficult not to conclude that it's not giving this case its all. Doubly so when you look at the aggressive constitutional arguments it launched in the citizenship question cases.
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T.M. Wolf Aug 15
Replying to @tomTMwolf
Here's the DOJ's brief in support of its motion to dismiss: . And the brief's table of contents 👇
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T.M. Wolf Aug 15
Replying to @tomTMwolf
The Trump DOJ didn't make that argument. It only made arguments about standing that aligned with its legal position in the citizenship question cases (that is, the cases where it was trying to defend a question that would wreck the census).
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T.M. Wolf Aug 15
Replying to @tomTMwolf
The Trump DOJ had an opportunity to knock this meritless case out of court early on. It could have argued in its motion to dismiss that what Alabama wants--to take the people whom it calls "illegal aliens" out of the apportionment count--plainly violates the Constitution.
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T.M. Wolf Aug 15
Replying to @tomTMwolf
*Puts on federal civil procedure glasses*
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T.M. Wolf Aug 15
New this morning: in-depth reporting from on the Alabama census case and its combo of meritlessness and fishiness: . One insight to add to amplify what's related in the article (short thread)
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T.M. Wolf Aug 14
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Yurij Rudensky Aug 9
NH Gov. Sununu just vetoed a bipartisan independent redistricting proposal. Yes, the one that passed the NH Senate unanimously.
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