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New redistricting commissions splinter along partisan lines

By The Associated Press - | Sep 19, 2021

FILE - In this Oct. 6, 2020 file photo, redistricting reform advocate Brian Cannon poses with some of his yard signs and bumper stickers in his office in Richmond, Va. A new voter-approved commission in Ohio that was supposed to reduce partisanship in the once-a-decade process of political map-drawing has already become a flop. Similar commissions meeting for the first time in New York and Virginia have devolved into partisan finger-pointing, undermining their intent. (AP Photo/Steve Helber, File)


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