Nathan Lowenstein

Attorney and redistricting analyst in Los Angeles

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Attorney with Irell & Manella and redistricting analyst in Los Angeles, and a proponent of Proposition 27

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Two years ago, California voters decided to set up an  independent commission  to draw the boundaries for legislative districts, a job now done every ten years by the lawmakers…

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Two years ago, California voters decided to set up an independent commission to draw the boundaries for legislative districts, a job now done every ten years by the lawmakers…

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