Florida Gov’t Weekly Roundup: Different Speeds For Justice, Politics
Today is July 27th 2014
In 2010, four years earlier voters voter out this gerrymandering of mapping, why did it take this long to come before this judge?
If this corrupt state congress can make gerrymandering maps time and time again, why can’t the citizens of this state postpone the election until they (the voters) can correct the maps?
The map violates the anti-gerrymandering standards approved by voters in 2010, meaning it can’t be used.
The justice system tends to move very slowly, and this week it seemed to be struggling to keep up with politics. A circuit judge in Leon County pondered whether to try to redraw a flawed congressional redistricting plan with an election looming.