Connecticut Passes New Law to End Prison Gerrymandering

Yesterday, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont signed a bill ensuring that people in state prisons will hereafter be counted as residents of their home addresses when new legislative districts are drawn. The new law makes Connecticut the eleventh state to end the practice known as prison gerrymandering, after Illinois passed its own bill earlier this year.


One response to “Connecticut Passes New Law to End Prison Gerrymandering”

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    Miriam Beltran

    my son in prison and he just biend abuse no food or water for fays

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