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    unless, by doing so, the state violates the Federal constitution, it is free under federal law to exercise plenary power over its internal organization. (Hunter v. City of Pittsburgh). The modern trend after Gomillion v. Lightfoot has been some version of the view that you don't have a Federal due process right to participate in any particular local government.

    Ok, so I read the polls.

    by andgarden on Wed Jul 24, 2013 at 05:26:36 PM PDT

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