Seeking disclosure on the mapmakers:
The states highest court will hear oral arguments about whether the public should learn about legal advice outside attorneys gave to Republican legislative leaders on drawing General Assembly and congressional seat boundaries, getting them enacted and preparing for potential lawsuits.
Frankly, the entire process should be (easily accessible) public knowledge. It goes to the heart of representative government, and shouldn't be subject to the extreme illogic of statements like this:
Taxpayer-paid contract attorneys representing GOP lawmakers say some of their documents should remain confidential due to attorney-client privilege and other restrictions.
Bolding mine. We are your client, idiots. Not only do we have "privilege", withholding pertinent information from your client (us) is not only unethical, it's also (unless I'm mistaken) grounds for disbarment.
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