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January 18, 2016 | By Jonathan Tamari, WASHINGTON BUREAU
WASHINGTON - President Obama didn't name names when he called for an end to gerrymandering in his State of the Union speech Tuesday. But if he did, Pennsylvania would have been a top contender. Since the last redistricting, after the 2010 census, the state's congressional map has been widely cited as one of the country's most heavily gerrymandered - the term for the long-standing practice of drawing districts creatively, often awkwardly, to load up one party's share of voters and tilt the playing field.
SPORTS
January 17, 2016
Boys' Basketball BURGER KING CLASSIC Neumann-Goretti 80, St. Michaels (Ont.) 53 KOBE BRYANT SHOWCASE Germantown Academy 73, Friends' Central 53 Sanford (Del.) 71, Lower Moreland 55 SOL BASKETBALL CHALLENGE Bensalem 51, Upper Moreland 36 Central Bucks West 48, William Tennent 37 Wissahickon 44, Central Bucks East 43 SOL CHALLENGE Cheltenham 76, Truman 61 CENTRAL LEAGUE Harriton 45, Upper Darby 43 Garnet Valley 64, Radnor 48 Haverford High 44, Marple Newtown 38 Ridley 30, Penncrest 27 CHES-MONT LEAGUE Great Valley 46, W.C. Henderson 32 SUBURBAN ONE AMERICAN Upper Merion 52, Springfield (M)
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