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Walter Olson, center, co-chairman of the Maryland Redistricting Reform Commission, reads revised portions of the panel's final report as Michael Goff, left, a commissioner and board member of Common Cause Maryland, looks on. Seated on the right of Olson is co-chairman and retired US District Court Judge Alexander Williams Jr.  

Redistricting reform faces tough road ahead (access required)

ANNAPOLIS — Decennial redistricting in Maryland could change under a set of recommendations approved by a commission appointed by Gov. Larry Hogan. But the plan approved Tuesday faces an uncertain future as supporters and opponents alike said the 62-page report could have benefited from more time and that it heads to a legislature controlled by Democrats, ...