October 6, 2021 •
Iowa Legislature Adjourns After Rejecting Redistricting Plan
The Iowa Legislature adjourned sine die October 5 after a one-day session in which lawmakers voted to reject the redistricting plan and passed a resolution outlining their concerns with the plan to be sent to the nonpartisan Legislative Services Agency (LSA), which is tasked with drawing the maps.
The LSA has 35 days to submit a new plan addressing lawmakers’ concerns.
After the plan is submitted, Gov. Kim Reynolds is expected to call for another special session so lawmakers can consider it.
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