ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A special panel on redistricting appointed by Minnesota’s Supreme Court chief justice will hold a series of public meetings to give interested people and groups a chance to be heard on the once-a-decade process of redrawing the state political map.

A scheduling order issued Monday by the panel says the hearings will be held Oct. 6 through Oct. 14 at locations to be determined later.

Redistricting is carried out every 10 years after the U.S. census to redraw the lines of legislative and congressional districts in order to reflect population shifts.

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Comments (5)
  1. drts says:

    Get rid of that crescent shaped district of chicken farmers and 8th grade graduates that keeps electing Michele Bachmann.

    1. See BS says:

      Isn’t that how Democrats talked about black people in US History too?

      Old habits die hard, and you don’t have to be a Harvard Lawyer to see our “appointed” court system engaged in election fraud.

  2. See BS says:

    Article 3, section 1 of the State of Minnesota constitution says the Judicial Branch is not allowed to act in behalf of the Legislative Branch.

  3. kevin says:

    Isn’t it funny how Terrell Clark hurried up and moved to St Cloud so she didn’t her butt handed to her by Michelle Bachman again.

    1. See BS says:

      She bought a condo in Duluth I thought?

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