Editorials

April 26, 2012 12:00 AM

Reform redistricting

A Monday bill-signing by New Hampshire’s governor left Kansas in last place among states for the redrawing of congressional districts this decade. While the shame is fresh, Kansas lawmakers should not only pass this year’s maps but also put a reform on the November ballot that would avoid all this in 2021-22.

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