L.A. County supervisor condemns creation of a second district as a 'baldfaced gerrymander,' making its passage unlikely. The drive to revise supervisors' districts stems from growth in Latino voters.
In a blistering broadside, Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky on Friday condemned proposals to create a second Latino district for the five-member Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, making it extremely unlikely any such plan could pass and raising the possibility the politicians will fail to adopt new districts.
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