Kansas Senate approves remap plan amid acrimony
May 2, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Garden City Telegram
The Kansas Senate approved a bill Tuesday for redrawing members' districts after its moderate Republican leaders agreed to rewrite parts of it to appease GOP conservatives, but the changes might not be enough to get the measure through the right-leaning House.
The Senate should not vote for any bill on this subject that the House manufactures.
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