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Two groups argue that the laws are unconstitutional

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New law to limit incumbents’ advantage over challengers

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Bill to limit the advantages for incumbents

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May 9, 2012  •  

Today’s Redistricting News Roundup

We have news on redistricting issues from four states:

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March 9, 2012  •  

Legislative Session News

Five state legislatures report end to sessions

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February 17, 2012  •  

Redistricting News Roundup

Here is today’s redistricting news from the states:

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Bill Merges Legislative and Executive Ethics Commissions into the Public Disclosure Commission

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Washington’s public affairs network is offering a new service.

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Makes Electronic Lobbyist Filing Mandatory

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Upholds Donor Disclosure Requirements

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Big changes coming to U.S. House district map

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December 19, 2011  •  

Washington State Legislature Adjourns

The second special session of the Washington State Legislature has adjourned sine die.

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August 26, 2011  •  

Washington P.D.C. Selects New Director

Andrea McNamara Doyle to Replace Interim Director Doug Ellis

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Early Advantage in Campaign Cash at Stake

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