SPRINGFIELD – A three-judge federal panel has rejected proposed changes for three new Illinois legislative districts, including one involving State Representative Katie Stuart, D-Edwardsville.
The redistribution maps, presented to the General Assembly by Democrats earlier this year, have been challenged in court by the NAACP lawsuit, as well as lawsuits brought by the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund and both main Republican leaders in the General Assembly, Sen. Dan McConchie, of Hawthorn Woods, and Representative Jim Durkin, of Western Springs.
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