BREAKING: FLORIDA SUPREME COURT ORDERS DISTRICTS TO BE REDRAWN

By  //  July 9, 2015

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'on an expedited basis'

The Florida Supreme Court on Thursday ordered that at least eight congressional districts be redrawn because of violations of an anti-gerrymandering constitutional amendment.

The Florida Supreme Court on Thursday ordered that at least eight congressional districts be redrawn because of violations of an anti-gerrymandering constitutional amendment.

TALLAHASSE, FLORIDA – The Florida Supreme Court on Thursday ordered that at least eight congressional districts be redrawn because of violations of an anti-gerrymandering constitutional amendment.

The order will require the Legislature “on an expedited basis” to redraw congressional districts represented by Corrine Brown, David Jolly, Kathy Castor, Ted Deutch, Lois Frankel, Mario Diaz-Balart, Carlos Curbelo and Ileana Ros-Lehtinen.

The order also could affect neighboring districts.

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