Louisiana ACLU Legal Director Nora Ahmed, who was the guest speaker at the Baton Rouge Press Club on Monday, February 28, 2022.
While admitting that many bargaining chips are utilized as part of the redistricting process, Louisiana ACLU Legal Director Nora Ahmed, who was the guest speaker at the meeting of the Baton Rouge Press Club (BRPC) of Monday, February 28, 2022, flatly rejected the notion that the life of Ronald Greene should be used as a bargaining chip in that redistricting process. Let’s take a look at what she had to say in that regard:
Ahmed makes her sentiments known entailing redistricting and any utilization of the life of Ronald Greene as a bargaining chip in that process.
Ahmed was also emphatic that Gov. Edwards should veto both maps recently passed by the Louisiana Legislature, but she admitted to being unsure if any members of the Louisiana Legislative Black Caucus (LLBC) would join in any Republican-led efforts to impeach Gov. John Bel Edwards if Edwards fails to make such a veto. Let’s take a quick look at what she had to say in that regard:
Ahmed’s response to Sound Off Louisiana founder Robert Burns’ question of whether any members of the LLBC would join in any impeachment efforts of Gov. Edwards if he fails to do as the ACLU has insisted and veto the recently-passed redistricting maps.
The next few days should be interesting! CLICK HERE to see Ahmed’s presentation in its entirety.
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