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Redistricting ain't beanbag

The Democrats in Annapolis, it seems, are trying to draw congressional district lines to their advantage. Gee whiz. Can't you imagine the controlling political party saying, "I think we should be very nice this time around and give the opposition party the advantage while redrawing districts"?

Roger L. Kegley, Abingdon

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