SB 162: Establishing the Congressional Districts of the State
GENERAL BILL by Bradley ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Negron ; Stargel ; Brandes ; Detert ; Hutson ; Bean ; Benacquisto ; Altman ; Flores
Establishing the Congressional Districts of the State; Redistricting the state’s congressional districts in accordance with the United States Decennial Census of 2010 (plan S007C9064); deleting provisions providing for apportionment of districts for the United States House of Representatives which are superseded by the act; providing for the future repeal of provisions relating to the applicability of districts for the United States House of Representatives which are superseded by the act, etc.
Last Action: 11/4/2015 Senate - Withdrawn prior to introduction -SJ 15
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• Referred to Reapportionment; Rules
• Withdrawn from Reapportionment; Rules
• Withdrawn prior to introduction -SJ 15
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