Lawsuit Challenging California’s Huge-Population Legislative Districts Obtains a 3-Judge Panel

On August 2, U.S. District Court Judge Kimberly J. Mueller ruled that Citizens for Fair Representation v Padilla, e.d., 2:17cv-973, should go to a 3-judge court. This is the case that says the U.S. Constitution requires that California’s legislative districts have fewer residents. Currently California State Senate districts have almost 1,000,000 inhabitants, and Assembly districts almost 500,000.

On August 3 the state asked that the judge reconsider. No response has been received since August 3.


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Lawsuit Challenging California’s Huge-Population Legislative Districts Obtains a 3-Judge Panel — 3 Comments

  1. One more MORON hack judge at work—

    ZERO mention of any upper ratio of population / seats in the dead USA Const. for a Stste/local legislative boy.

  2. typos corrected –

    One more MORON hack judge at work—

    ZERO mention of any upper ratio of population / seats in the dead USA Const. for a State/local legislative body.

  3. You are mistaken. Judge Mueller has granted CFR the motion to amend their complaint. She did not grant a three judge panel.

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