Citizens for Fair Representation Files Brief in California Legislative Representation Case

On August 8, Citizens for Fair Representation filed this reply brief in the lawsuit over the California legislative representation case.


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Citizens for Fair Representation Files Brief in California Legislative Representation Case — 6 Comments

  1. Well I read the brief and the plaintiff’s claim that what they’re asserting doesn’t encroach upon the political establishment’s prerogatives by mandating a removal of caps on the total number of legislators for the sake of escaping rule by and for oligarchs, and that this case can be seen as a 21st century version of Baker v Carr. I’m with it.

  2. The cap is imposed by the California Constitution, which is a creation of the people of California. The proper defendant is not Alex Padilla, but rather the citizens of California.

  3. Any time a state constitutional provision is invalidated for violating the U.S. Constitution, one could also say the citizens of that state are the proper defendants. All states require voters to vote on changes to state constitutions, except for Delaware. But making the public the defendants is not done, and legally the proper defendants are state officials.

  4. corporate Voter immunity = corporate stock holder immunity =

    TWO corrupt systems.

    When will a New Age Union Army liberate Delaware — if they can find it on a map ???

    PR and AppV

  5. The lawsuit proposes that California lose its representation in Congress. The SOS is not harmed by that, but you and other citizens would be. If the lawsuit is successful, you will be injured.

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