Florida Senate Lays Out Map-Drawing Rules Aiming To Prevent Partisan Gerrymandering

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Florida lawmakers will follow a new set of rules when drawing the state’s legislative and congressional district maps.

The changes are meant to prevent intentional partisan gerrymandering from happening this time around.

In 2015, the Florida Supreme Court found the state’s Senate and Congressional district maps were intentionally drawn to favor Republicans.

This happened after political operatives had secretly submitted maps under an alias.

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