Some states are letting residents help with redistricting process 

A map of Baton Rouge area Senate Districts. (Louisiana Legislature image)

More than a dozen states are giving residents access to the software and web tools needed to map out how their government should represent them, a new shift in how redistricting authorities use census data to create boundaries for legislative and congressional districts. 

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