Settled: Hanford Unified ($110,000)

The District paid plaintiffs $110,000, and the District had to pay its own legal team.

As the nation’s legislatures get set for what is sure to be a bruising battle over redistricting, California is facing its own specific electoral problems that will undoubtedly lead to a wave of costly lawsuits. While numerous states have to comply with the Voting Rights Act, California has its own unique law that practically guarantees litigation: The California Voting Rights Act of 2001. Unless local districts take preemptive action, millions of dollars will soon be going down the drain in losing lawsuits. Continue reading…

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