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Congressional Redistricting: An Overview
Royce Crocker (au)
The decennial apportionment process determines the number of seats in the House of Representatives for which each state qualifies, based on population counts. The redistricting process determines where those seats are geographically located within each state. Apportionment allocates the seats by state, while redistricting draws the maps. Redistricting is a state process governed by federal law. Contents of this report: (1) Introduction; (2) Federal Law Controls a State Process: Rules for Congressional Redistricting: Historical Congressional Statutory Intervention; Malapportionment and Gerrymandering; Re-establishment of the Rules and Constraints by the Federal Courts; (3) Who Draws the Lines?; State Legislators; Commissions äóî Bipartisan or Nonpartisan?; (4) Proposed Congressional Legislation. Conclusion and Summary. This is a print on demand report.
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