JEFFERSON CITY, MO (AP) -- Republicans pushing to repeal a constitutional amendment that revamped Missouri's redistricting process are finding unusual allies in some black Democrats in the Legislature, who are concerned the new districts might disenfranchise black voters. A part of the amendment, called Clean Missouri, would change how state legislative districts are redrawn after the 2020 census.
Wednesday, April 24, 2019
Community Against Clean Missouri
This note was overlooked but resistance to "ethics reform in Missouri" (lulz) has resistance among inner-city representatives given that it threatens to dismantle predominantly African-American voting blocs . . . And so, right-wing money dudes collab with urban leaders to move past this inconvenient election result. Take a look: