« No habla Espanol ... | Main | An explanation of the "single subject" rule in Arizona »

Reply Brief filed in Texas re-redistricting case

Richard Gladden writes: [I have attached] the cover page, index and body, of the Reply Brief filed today, August 2, 2004, in the United States Supreme Court on behalf of my client, Frenchie Henderson, in response to the Motion to Affirm filed by the State of Texas last Wednesday. This case, Henderson v. Perry, et. al, No. 03-9644, is one of four Texas congressional redistricting cases wherein a jurisdictional statement has been filed seeking review, under various legal theories, of the federal district court's ruling that "intra-decennial" or "mid-decade" congressional redistricting is legally permissible, under the circumstances presented, under federal constitutional and statutory law. I thought some of your readers might find this information interesting.