Advocates ask lawmakers to slow down remap process
Posted on August 29, 2021
Capitol News Illinois
Voting rights advocates and minority community members urged Illinois lawmakers on Thursday to take more time in redrawing legislative district maps so the general public can have more time to study whatever new maps will be proposed.
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