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Md. lawmakers again ponder Hogan’s redistricting proposal (access required)

Democrats have insisted that any nonpartisan process should be regional, or involve other states

ANNAPOLIS — Supporters of Republican Gov. Larry Hogan's effort to create an independent commission to redraw congressional maps every decade are hoping the third time is the charm. Hogan's effort, unsuccessful on two previous occasions, is likely to face continued opposition from Democrats in the legislature who want a national or, at least, regional approach, and it ...

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