The ability to amass and analyze data and combine different data sources increases the likelihood that legislative districts can be reapportioned
in a way that will enhance the party in power.
In retaining jurisdiction while deferring a hearing on the issuance of a final injunction in order to give the provisionally reapportioned
legislature an opportunity to act effectively, the court below proceeded in a proper fashion.
After the 2000 Census, congressional districts were reapportioned
(redistributed) according to the latest population figures.
John Dingell, a 48-year veteran, had the race of his career holding a reapportioned
district by defeating fellow Democratic Rep.
The results were often dramatic--for example, the ACE ratio of one of the charities fell from 15 per cent to 2 per cent once it had quite reasonably reapportioned
between administration costs and DCE support.
It is a product of revolutionary reform, adopted in 1967 by a newly reapportioned
Legislature elected under a reapportionment plan imposed by order of the federal court.
An administrative law judge upheld the convenience test and reapportioned
100% of the income to New York.
Accordingly, the court applied a more realistic 20-year life expectancy and reapportioned
damages consistent with that more realistic life expectancy.
Electric utilities' sales of generating plants to nonutilities during 2000 reapportioned
total capability between the two groups (see table).
Republican commentators have been crowing about population increases in states that have voted Republican--growth they think will ensure a Republican tilt in the reapportioned
This change had to be reapportioned
to the different states.
Congressional seats are also reapportioned
and legislative districts are drawn based on decennial census data.