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June 17, 2012 12:00 AM

Who won, lost in redistricting?

Late on June 7, just four days before the June 11 filing deadline for candidates, a three-judge federal panel hit the “reset” button on state legislative districts in Kansas. The federal court’s redrawing of congressional, State Board of Education, and state House and Senate maps came after Kansas lawmakers failed to do so before adjourning.

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