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Republicans say they won't pay for redistricting investigation

4:21 PM, Apr. 27, 2013
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Republican lawmakers and a law firm they hired said in court filings Thursday that they have no intention of paying for the ongoing investigation into files deleted from computers used during the 2011 redistricting.

"There is no evidence that any attorney from Michael Best instructed or suggested that information contained in the redistricting computers be deleted," according to the response filed by Ayad Paul Jacob, a Chicago attorney representing the Madison firm of Michael, Best and Friedrich.

Attorneys representing the state Assembly, Senate and the Legislative Technology ...

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