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Welcome to FloridaRedistricting.org. House Speaker Will Weatherford and Senate President Don Gaetz called a special session from August 7-15 to amend Congressional Districts 5 and 10 consistent with the Final Judgment issued by the circuit court in Romo v. Detzner and to make conforming changes to districts that are a direct result of the changes to Congressional Districts 5 and 10.

During Special Session A, the House and Senate passed Senate Bill 2A, which will create new congressional districts that take effect after the 2014 elections. There will be a hearing in Florida’s Second Judicial Circuit on August 20, 2014, to determine the validity of this map and the elections schedule for 2014 congressional elections.

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