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Hogan wants to change redistricting process, but Democrats not on board

Hogan wants to change redistricting process, but Democrats not on board

Following through on a promise, Gov. Larry Hogan created a commission Thursday to recommend how to reform the way Maryland draws its congressional districts, widely regarded as among the most gerrymandered in the nation. Hogan said he hopes to put a constitutional amendment before voters in 2016 to change the way the maps are drawn. The idea won immediate praise from election reform advocates such as Common Cause and the League of Women Voters, but it was quickly dismissed by Democrats who control the General Assembly. "It's not going to happen," Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller said. At a State House news conference, Hogan called the results of the last two...

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