Redistricting Reform Study Committee

The redistricting reform study committee created by House Bill 1003 could get us one step closer to putting anIndiana Statehouse independent redistricting commission in place before the next round of redistricting in 2021. 

But, the study committee won’t get us to reform if its members are people who benefit from the current intensely partisan process. 

Tell the legislative leadership, who will appoint the members of the study committee, to listen to Common Cause Indiana and the Indiana Coalition for Independent Redistricting for recommendations on appointments and redistricting policy.

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