Analysis: Lawmakers travel Louisiana to talk redistricting

The House chambers at the Louisiana Capitol. (File photo)

Louisiana lawmakers are moving behind-the-scenes conversations about redrawing state political maps to public hearings around the state over the next three months, to discuss the once-a-decade process that decides how people are represented in government based on U.S. census data. 

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