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February 29, 2012  •  

Redistricting News from the States

U.S. mapArizona: “Arizona redrawn legislative maps sent to Justice” by Mary Jo Pitzl in the Arizona Republic.

Florida: “Redistricting is creating rifts in the state’s non-partisan high court” by Mary Ellen Klas in the Miami Herald.

Missouri: “Same Missouri Senate seat filed for in east and west” by David Lieb (Associated Press) in the Missourian.

New Mexico: “Legal fight may be nearing an end over map for state House districts in this year’s elections” by The Associated Press in The Republic.

New York:  “New congressional district lines expected in NY” by The Associated Press in the Long Island Business News.

New York: “State’s Congressional District Line Proposals Due Today” by NY1 News.

Ohio: “Bipartisan state lawmakers offer reform for map-drawing process in redistricting” by Aaron Marshall in the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

Texas: “Texas political maps issued by federal court” by Alex Isenstadt in Politico.

Wyoming: “Wyoming Senate advances legislative redistricting bill” by The Associated Press in The Republic.

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