PA Lawmakers May Use Two Different Sets of Data for Redrawing Congressional Maps
The state lawmakers charged with redrawing Pennsylvania’s congressional and state House and Senate districts may soon do something not seen in the commonwealth’s recent history: use two significantly different sets of data to draw state and federal maps.
WHYY’s Katie Meyer reports the disagreement is driven by a question that has become highly partisan. How should Pennsylvania count state prisoners in redistricting?
(Original air-date: 10/4/21)