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Lawmakers spar over using estimates in redistricting

Posted on April 21, 2021

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Democrats and Republicans in the Illinois General Assembly are continuing to wrangle over the possible use of census estimates, as opposed to official numbers, to redraw state legislative and congressional district maps.

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