Pennsylvania governor vetoes GOP-approved congressional map

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Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has vetoed the congressional redistricting map. Wolf says the map, as it stands, splits several counties and favors Republicans. The map "fails the fundamental test of fairness," the governor's office said in a news release. Republicans made some changes to the map then passed it without any Democratic support.
4 months ago·Harrisburg, United States

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The Hill

Pennsylvania governor vetoes GOP-approved congressional map

Democratic Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf on Wednesday vetoed a GOP-backed congressional map for the state, saying that it "failed the test of fundamental fairness."

4 months ago·Washington, United States
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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Wolf vetoes congressional map sent to him by Republicans

In his veto message, the Democratic governor said the map failed “the test of fundamental fairness.”

4 months ago·Pittsburgh, United States
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Inquirer

Gov. Tom Wolf vetoes Pennsylvania congressional map sent to him by Republicans

In his veto message, the Democratic governor said the map failed “the test of fundamental fairness.”

4 months ago·Philadelphia, United States
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justthenews.com

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Penn Live

Gov. Tom Wolf vetoes congressional map sent to him by Republicans

In his veto message, the Democratic governor said "the public deserves a fair map completed in a bipartisan manner; the General Assembly failed to adopt one.”

4 months ago·Harrisburg, United States
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The Morning Call

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf vetoes congressional map sent to him by Republicans

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has vetoes the congressional map sent to him by Republican lawmakers, meaning state courts will determine the districts for the next 10 years.

4 months ago·Allentown, United States
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