Does avoiding prison-based gerrymandering cost a city revenue?

June 22, 2011 by Prison Policy Initiative  
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Added Does avoiding prison-based gerrymandering cost a city revenue? to the Prisoners of the Census Blog.

Shapefile of Massachusetts correctional facility counts presented to redistricting chairs

June 22, 2011 by Prison Policy Initiative  
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Added Shapefile of Massachusetts correctional facility counts presented to redistricting chairs to the Prisoners of the Census Blog.

California Assembly passes bill to end prison-based gerrymandering

June 21, 2011 by Prison Policy Initiative  
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Added California Assembly passes bill to end prison-based gerrymandering to the Prisoners of the Census Blog.

Indiana local officials don’t want districts skewed by prisons

June 20, 2011 by Prison Policy Initiative  
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Added Indiana local officials don't want districts skewed by prisons to the Prisoners of the Census Blog.

Medicine and the Epidemic of Incarceration in the United States

June 20, 2011 by Prison Policy Initiative  
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The Prison Policy Initiative research database was updated with a link to Medicine and the Epidemic of Incarceration in the United States [PDF] by New England Journal of Medicine.

Due South

June 20, 2011 by Prison Policy Initiative  
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The Prison Policy Initiative research database was updated with a link to Due South Looking to the South for Criminal Justice Innovations, [PDF] by Justice Policy Institute.

Indiana local officials don’t want districts skewed by prisons

June 20, 2011 by Prison Policy Initiative  
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Added Indiana local officials don't want districts skewed by prisons to the Prisoners of the Census Blog.

Indiana local officials don’t want districts skewed by prisons

June 20, 2011 by Prison Policy Initiative  
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Added Indiana local officials don't want districts skewed by prisons to the Prisoners of the Census Blog.

Indiana local officials don’t want districts skewed by prisons

June 18, 2011 by Prison Policy Initiative  
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Added Indiana local officials don't want districts skewed by prisons to the Prisoners of the Census Blog.

Mass. legislature passes two bills recognizing that incarcerated people do not vote in local elections; third introduced

June 18, 2011 by Prison Policy Initiative  
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Added Mass. legislature passes two bills recognizing that incarcerated people do not vote in local elections; third introduced to the Prisoners of the Census Blog.

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