Ending Prison-Based Gerrymandering

Ends New Jersey's practice of counting prisoners in their confinement locations for political apportionment purposes, and instead requires redistricting commissions to count prisoners in their last known address before incarceration. Counting prisoners in their addresses before incarceration helps uphold the fundamental principal of one person, one vote.

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