Florida lawmakers rejected DeSantis’ unfair redistricting map. Find the backbone to do it again | Editorial
Gov. Ron DeSantis, hellbent on owning Florida’s congressional redistricting maps, vetoed those drawn up in a relatively fair Republican-led process and called a special session in April. Call it another one of his “my way or the highway” moments. Even though the governor took the unprecedented step of insisting on his own map — one that wiped out two traditional Black-majority districts and increased Republican seats from 16 to 18 — his party’s legislators pushed back.