I would like this question to be answered
how do state legislatures abuse their redistricting power
a greater number of formal rules are needed to govern activity in the House.
How often must legislative redistricting be done in Illinois?
In a constitutional government, politicians are bound to abide by the rules laid out in the constitution. Furthermore, they should not uphold or enact any law that violates the constitutional rules.
State policy can be defined as the rules that govern a state. This includes the laws and bills that have been passed by the legislative.
gerrymandering is redistricting to where one political party has an advantage over the other, while normal redistricting is just remapping districts.
The Rules of Evidence.
The process that the legislature uses to govern making rules is known as rule making. Generally, it follows parliamentary rules.
the rules that govern a state
Baker v. Carr (redistricting is a justiciable issue) Westbury v. Sanders (one man, one vote) Shaw v. Reno (race can't be only consideration in redistricting)
it is govern by rules and regulations
Rules govern how the world behaves. X4
Redistricting is done to keep the counties and areas even. This helps everyone because it ensures that one area does not overpower the rest.
yes and no.
The rule of information exchange
The rules that govern abstinence in the Catholic church also govern fasting. These rules are called the Code of Canon Law for Roman Catholic churches and the Code of Canons of Oriental Churches for Eastern Catholic churches.