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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - Tony Quinn
"You had serious primaries, and for once the voters really had some choices," said Tony Quinn, co-editor of the California Target Book, which analyzes legislative and congressional campaigns. "On the whole, they are better districts largely because the districts that were drawn by the Legislature were such outrageous gerrymanders."
Still, Quinn said, "Basically, our system has worked."