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Welcome to FloridaRedistricting.org. On September 4, 2015, the Florida Supreme Court ordered the trial court to hold a hearing to consider proposed Congressional remedial plans from the parties in the lawsuit, especially focusing on the maps passed during the special session by the House and Senate. After the hearing, which will be held from September 24, 25 and 28, the trial court will make a recommendation as to which map best fulfills the specific directions of the Supreme Court’s July 9, 2015 opinion and all constitutional requirements.

Below are the maps that have been submitted by the House, Senate and other parties to the lawsuit. Please check back with FloridaRedistricting.org for more updates. Thank you!

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