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February 7, 2012  •  

Today’s Redistricting News

U.S. Congressional DistrictsConnecticut

GOP makes long-shot pitch for new congressional map” by Mark Pazniokas on

Court hears pleas on Ct. redistricting plan” by Ken Dixon on the Connecticut Post.


House passes Florida redistricting maps in party line vote” by Mary Ellen Klas in the Tampa Bay Times.


Panel endorses Kansas House redistricting plan” by John Milburn (Associated Press) in the Kansas City Star.


Judge weighs constitutionality of redistricting” by The Associated Press.

Judge hopes to rule on redistricting dispute by Tuesday” by Tom Loftus in the Courier-Journal.

North Carolina

Lawsuits challenging GOP-drawn boundaries can move forward” by The Associated Press in the Winston-Salem Journal.


Rejected compromise in Texas redistricting case leaves state’s primary date in limbo” by The Associated Press in the Washington Post.


Lawmakers were made to pledge secrecy over redistricting” by Patrick Marley, Daniel Bice and Jason Stein in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

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