But the home of one lawmaker who doesn’t live in his district will still be located outside his boundaries.
Top Assembly Democrat says "partisan politicians shouldn't be rigging the rules of our elections."
Critics label the effort to break up public schools “an attack on the foundation of our democracy: public schools.”
The bipartisan bills will establish new guidelines to help sexual assault victims see justice sooner.
Sponsors are confident bipartisan the proposal, which would expand protections for child sex trafficking victims, will win enough votes to become law.
“My concern is that when leaders don’t act in an empathetic way ... people are going to follow that cue,” Evers says.
First day of winter comes with Republican leaders sitting on aid approved earlier this year
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