SAN ANTONIO — Texas Democrats signaled Wednesday that a two-year fight over disputed political boundaries won’t end if Gov. Rick Perry succeeds in getting the Legislature to permanently adopt voting maps that a federal court made for the 2012 elections.
But state attorneys suggested to the same judges who drew those lines — which effectively set whether a district elects a Republican or Democrat — that a lengthy and expensive court case could be over if the GOP-controlled Legislature ratifies those maps into law.
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