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5/19/2019LNP/LancasterOnlineDon’t let either party determine Pennsylvania legislative districtsSCLancasterlegislationop-ed
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5/6/2019Doylestown IntelligencerWe must remove politics from redistricting processSEBuckslegislationop-ed
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4/26/2019
Pennsylvania Council of Churches
Update on Redistricting Legislation—New Bills Introduced; Statements from Fair Districts PA, Common Cause
n/an/alegislationblog
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4/25/2019Bucks County Courier TimesWho will draw the lines?SEBuckslegislationop-ed
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4/25/2019Doylestown IntelligencerWho will draw the lines?SEBuckslegislationop-ed
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4/25/2019Bucks County Courier TimesFailing at the local level to fight gerrymanderingSEBucksresolutioneditorial
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4/25/2019Doylestown IntelligencerFailing at the local level to fight gerrymanderingSEBucksresolutioneditorial
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4/23/2019LNP/LancasterOnline7 years later, a sense of frustrationSCLancasterlegislationcolumn
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4/22/2019Philadelphia InquirerMy journalistic seven-year itchSEPhiladelphialegislationcolumn
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4/17/2019Sunbury Daily ItemAdequate time for redistrict reformsNE
Northumberland
legislationeditorial
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4/16/2019Centre Daily TimesWith another U.S. Census looming, it’s time to draw fair districts in PennsylvaniaSCCentrelegislationop-ed
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4/8/2019Sunbury Daily ItemRedistricting commission supports vital objectiveNE
Northumberland
legislationeditorial
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3/26/2019Philadelphia InquirerTo keep Pa.'s congressional map fair, new legislation is neededSEPhiladelphialegislationop-ed
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3/22/2019Pennsylvania Capital-StarThe U.S. Supreme Court should super-charge state attacks on gerrymanderingn/an/alitigationop-ed
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3/21/2019Allentown Morning CallSupreme Court has chance to strike a blow against gerrymanderingSELehighlegislationop-ed
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3/11/2019Pennsylvania Capital-StarIs there a moral case for redistricting reform? A Philly clergyman says ‘Yes’n/an/aDraw the Linescolumn
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3/6/2019Capital Research CenterIdentity Politics Is Democrats’ Weapon of Mass Distraction in Redistricting Campaignn/an/alegislation (anti)editorial
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2/26/2019Philadelphia InquirerFor Pa. redistricting reform, it’s once more unto the breach SEPhiladelphialegislationeditorial
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2/21/2019Pennylvania Capital-Star
One-party rule in 49 state legislatures is the single, biggest argument for gerrymandering reform
n/an/alegislationop-ed
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2/20/2019Delaware County Daily TimesThe map toward fairer Pa. electionsSEDelawareDraw the Lineseditorial
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2/20/2019Delaware County Daily TimesA blueprint for a fair election mapSEDelawareDraw the Lineseditorial
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2/20/2019The ConversationOne-party rule in 49 state legislatures reflects flaws in democratic processn/an/alegislationeditorial
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2/18/2019Philadelphia InquirerTime for Pennsylvania politicians to stop rigging elections SEPhiladelphiaeditorial
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2/14/2019Reading EagleState House leaders need to give good ideas a chanceSEBerksReform the Ruleseditorial
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2/2/2019Scranton Times-TribunePass reforms, undo paralysisNELackawannaReform the Ruleseditorial
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1/29/2019Doylestown IntelligencerFair Districts PA pushes resolutions to break the legislative logjam in HarrisburgSEBucksReform the Ruleseditorial
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1/28/2019Washington Business JournalFix our gerrymandered politics before it’s too laten/an/aeconomic impactop-ed
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1/15/2019LNP/Lancaster Online New state House rules promote efficiency, institutional reformSCLancaster Reform the Rules (anti)op-ed
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1/10/2019Citizens' VoiceReduce power of committee chairmanshipsNELuzerneReform the Ruleseditorial
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1/8/2019Scranton Times-TribuneReintroduce democracy to LegislatureNELackawannaReform the Ruleseditorial
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1/8/2019LNP/Lancaster Online Ultimately, little has changed in HarrisburgSCLancaster electioncolumn
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1/7/2019LNP/Lancaster OnlineMore discussion of rules governing state House was neededSCLancasterReform the Ruleseditorial
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1/7/2019Philadelphia InquirerOf Pa.’s ‘new’ legislature, its new dress code, its new committee, its (likely) same old waysSEPhiladelphiaReform the Rulescolumn
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1/4/2019Scranton Times-TribuneLegislature ducks reformsNELackawannaReform the Ruleseditorial
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1/3/2019Citizens' VoiceWill 2019 be a year of reform?NELuzernelegislationeditorial
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1/1/2019Scranton Times-TribuneSmall window for reformsNELackawannalegislationeditorial
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1/1/2019Philadelphia InquirerOur wish for 2019: Challenge state, city lawmakersSEPhiladelphiaelectioneditorial
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12/30/2018Pittsburgh Post-GazetteRe-mapping districts likely a hopeless taskSWAllegheneyelectioncolumn
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12/28/2018LNP/Lancaster OnlineReform needed for inefficient PA LegislatureSCLancasterReform the Rulesop-ed
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12/20/2018Doylestown IntelligencerImportant procedural rules vote coming Jan. 1SEBucksReform the Rulesop-ed
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12/19/2018Citizens' VoiceState politicians should heed voice of votersNELuzerneReform the Ruleseditorial
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12/12/2018Doylestown IntelligencerImportant procedural rules vote coming Jan. 1SEBucksReform the Ruleseditorial
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12/12/2018Bucks County Courier TimesImportant procedural rules vote coming Jan. 1SEBucksReform the Ruleseditorial
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12/12/2018Pottstown Mercury NewsPa. Democrats turn to gerrymanderingSEChesterGov. commission (anti)column
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12/12/2018PennLivePa. lawmakers need to try again on real reform in 2019SCDauphinReform the Rulesop-ed
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12/9/2018Lehigh Valley LiveRepublicans already boycotting Pa. redistricting studySELehighGov. commissioneditorial
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12/6/2018Philadelphia Business JournalScorched-earth politics and businessSEPhiladelphiaGov. commissioneditorial
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12/4/2018Philadelphia InquirerGov. Wolf’s redistricting reform v. political realitySEPhiladelphiaGov. commissioneditorial
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12/1/2018Beaver County TimesOur View: Harrisburg is where bipartisanship diesSWBeaverGov. commissioneditorial
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11/28/2018Citizens' VoiceWhose turn to gerrymander?NELuzerneelectioneditorial
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11/27/2018PennLiveThis is what the midterms told us about public support for gerrymandering reformSCDauphinelectioneditorial
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10/16/2018SentinalOf, by and for the peopleSCCumberlandelectioneditorial
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10/13/2018PennLiveMake your voice heard on gerrymandering on Nov. 6SCDauphinelectioneditorial
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9/24/2018Pittsburgh Post-GazetteAfter we ax some legislators, we have more work to doSWAllegheneylegislationeditorial
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9/17/2018Philadelphia InquirerWhat State House Speaker Turzai says he wants to doSEPhiladelphialegislationcolumn
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8/23/2018York DispatchFolmer supports continuing redistricting effortSCYorklegislationop-ed
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8/21/2018PennLiveThe 10 lessons reformers learned in the fight against gerrymanderingSCDauphinlegislationeditorial
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8/20/2018LNP/Lancaster OnlineDiverse group of new leaders will shape Lancaster city's revitalizationSCLancasterFDPAcolumn
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8/10/2018Scranton Times-TribunePoison pills toxic to reformNELackawannalegislationeditorial
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7/29/2018Scranton Times-TribuneOn vacation from ...what?NELackawannalegislationeditorial
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7/26/2018Doylestown Intelligencer‘Public servants’ serve themselvesSEBuckslegislationeditorial
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7/26/2018Scranton Times-TribunePoison pills even sickerNELackawannalegislationeditorial
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7/25/2018Allentown Morning CallPennsylvania redistricting reform is deadSELehighelectioneditorial
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7/21/2018PennLiveHere's what's really happening with redistricting reformSCDauphinlegislation (anti)op-ed
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7/20/2018Doylestown IntelligencerNo consensus on redistricting billSEBuckslegislation (anti)op-ed
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7/11/2018Doylestown IntelligencerGov. Wolf should call a special session on redistrictingSEBucksspecial sessioneditorial
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7/11/2018PennLivePa. lawmakers are home for the summer. We're all safe for a whileSCDauphinlegislation (anti)editorial
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7/11/2018Citizens' VoiceIncrease public scrutiny and accountabilityNELuzernespecial sessioneditorial
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7/10/2018Scranton Times-TribuneCall special session on redistrictingNELackawannaspecial sessioneditorial
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7/10/2018Pottstown Mercury NewsPa. legislators on vacation, we’re safe for nowSEMontgomerylegislation (anti)editorial
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7/5/2018Allentown Morning CallPennsylvania gerrymandering fight not conceded yetSELehighlegislationeditorial
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7/5/2018Citizens' VoiceLegislation on vacation, but work left undoneNELuzernelegislationeditorial
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7/3/2018Reading EaglePennsylvania lawmakers should get back to workSEBerksspecial sessioneditorial
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7/2/2018Philadelphia InquirerTwo Pa. House and Senate leaders (sorta) defend our lackluster legislatureSEPhiladelphialegislationcolumn
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7/1/2018Doylestown IntelligencerMessage to lawmakers, get back to workSEBuckslegislationeditorial
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7/1/2018Bucks County Courier TimesMessage to lawmakers, get back to workSEBuckslegislationeditorial
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7/1/2018Lehigh Valley LiveIn November, remember Pa. Legislature's sabotage in JuneSELehighlegislationeditorial
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6/26/2018Bucks County Courier TimesNo redistricting reform, no vacationSEBuckslegislationop-ed
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6/19/2018PennLiveWe can't waste time. Lawmakers must pass the House's redistricting billSCDauphinlegislationeditorial
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6/18/2018PA TownHallFair Judicial DistrictsSCDauphin
Aument amendment (pro)
editorial
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6/17/2018News-ItemDemocracy, hijackedNE
Northumberland
Aument amendmenteditorial
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6/17/2018City and State PAWinners and Losers for the week ending June 15SEPhiladelphiaAument amendmentcolumn
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6/17/2018Philadelphia InquirerHow can gerrymandering get worse? Lawmakers find a waySEPhiladelphia Aument amendmenteditorial
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6/17/2018Republican HeraldReforms bound for graveyardNESchyulkilllegislationeditorial
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6/16/2018Delaware County Daily TimesA ‘poison pill’ might doom redistricting reformSEDelawareAument amendmenteditorial
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6/16/2018Allentown Morning CallPennsylvania gerrymandering fighters ambushedSELehighAument amendmenteditorial
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6/16/2018Allentown Morning CallPennsylvania gerrymandering fighters ambushedSELehighAument amendmentcolumn
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6/15/2018News-ItemNot 'pristine,' but a win for voting equalityNE
Northumberland
Aument amendmenteditorial
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6/14/2018Clarion News, TheJudicialmandering Not gerrymanderingNWClarionAument amendmenteditorial
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6/14/2018Allentown Morning CallPennsylvania Senate double-crossSELehighAument amendmentcolumn
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6/13/2018PennLiveThis is reform? The Pa. Senate dishes out some payback to the Pa. Supreme CourtSCDauphinlegislationeditorial
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6/12/2018PoliticsPA.comTime to End Gerrymanderingn/an/aSCOTUSeditorial
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6/11/2018PennLivePa. deserves a redistricting process 'completely free from partisan hijacking'SCDauphinlegislation editorial
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6/11/2018PennLiveWith Senate redistricting vote looming, allies make a renewed push SCDauphinlegislation (anti)editorial
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6/10/2018Citizens' VoiceDon’t waste chance to fix Pa. districtsNELuzernelegislationeditorial
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6/7/2018PennLiveWill Pa. ever get reform right? The current redistricting debate is not encouragingSCDauphinlegislation (anti)editorial
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6/7/2018Philadelphia InquirerClose gerrymandering and open the primariesSEPhiladelphialegislationeditorial
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6/6/2018Butler EagleTime runs short on Pa. redistricting reform effort SWButlerlegislationeditorial
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6/6/2018PennLiveAs critics circle, flawed Senate redistricting bill is 'better than what we have,' sponsor saysSCDauphinlegislationeditorial
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