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Florida redistricting roadshow is a no-go amid transparency concerns

Proposed maps for new congressional and legislative districts could be in front of state lawmakers before they begin the annual legislative session in January, but public input might be limited to a special website and people who journey to the Capitol.

Legislators and staff members likely don’t have enough time to travel the state to take comments for the once-a-decade reapportionment process, leaders said, while the potential for virtual meetings or live-streamed public input sessions has not been determined.

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