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Both parties recognize the Democrats' scam
Topic - John S. Edwards
Republicans, as they promised they would, took control of the Virginia Senate on Wednesday with the help of Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling's tie-breaking vote and over the objections of Democrats that the move was both unjust and unconstitutional.
"I'd be very reluctant to vote for a plan that does not include the two African-American districts," said Sen. John S. Edwards, Roanoke Democrat. "They have to be represented in accordance with their strength and the population as a whole."
"It would be grossly unfair to the collegial operations of this body,"