legislative map debate

State Redistricting Debate
1:54 pm
Fri February 24, 2012

Kentucky Supreme Court Rules Legislative Maps Unconstitutional

The Kentucky Supreme Court has ruled that the latest maps of state legislative districts are unconstitutional.

Lawmakers approved new lines for state House and Senate districts earlier this year. But a circuit court judge declared them unconstitutional, citing a precedent that districts can't be more than five percent larger or smaller than their ideal size. Lawyers for the Legislative Research Commission promptly appealed the ruling on behalf of House and Senate leadership.

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Government & Politics
3:17 pm
Mon February 13, 2012

Legislative Redistricting Decision to be Appealed

2012 General Assembly
4:36 pm
Fri February 10, 2012

Kentucky Public Radio's Kenny Colston Wraps Up This Week in Frankfort

This week legislation has been flying around the house and senate in Frankfort, and somewhat surprisingly the house and senate came to an agreement on congressional districts. Kentucky Public Radio’s Kenny Colston speaks with Rick Howlett about the happenings in Kentucky’s State Capitol this week.

Here are a few stories Kenny covered this week:

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-Government & Politics - WKMS
4:02 pm
Mon February 6, 2012

Judge Taking More Time to Rule on Legislative Maps

A Kentucky judge is taking more time to decide the future of the state's new legislative district maps.

Franklin Circuit Court Judge Phillip Shepherd heard four hours of testimony Monday on whether the plan that redraws state House and Senate districts are constitutional.

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