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Koch IDs NY lawmakers who reneged on reform plan

ALBANY — Former New York City Mayor Ed Koch declared Tuesday to be “retribution day” for 42 state lawmakers he said broke written campaign promises to enact nonpartisan redistricting. “Once having won, they have reneged,” Koch told reporters in a teleconference.

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States get leeway to tally prisoners in census

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Prisoners will soon be bigger players in those high-stakes redistricting fights, even if unwittingly, thanks to a change in federal policy governing how they’re to be counted in the 2010 census.

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