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New Congressional Districts Upheld: On July 3 the federal district court upheld the newly enacted Congressional district plan (H. Sub. SB152, as amended by House Committee of the Whole.) District Court Opinion

Challenge by Attorney General:  On June 5 the Attorney General filed a challenge to the newly enacted Congressional district plan.  An alternative plan accompanied that filing: Maps: PDF Format, HTML Format, Zip File
Link to the Attorney General's web page to access the press release.
(11-4-10 This press is no longer available.)

Intervenor Tim Graham: On June 10, Tim Graham, a resident of
Lawrence, filed a motion to intervene in the case filed by the Attorney General.
Mr. Graham submitted a map to the court with his motion to intervene. Amended motion: Mr. Graham filed an amended motion on June 17 to substitute a different map (Congressional 2B) for the one initially submitted to the court. Maps: PDF Format, HTML Format, Zip File

Intervenor Rep. Mike O'Neal: On June 17, Rep. O'Neal, Chairman of the House Redistricting Committee, filed a motion to intervene in the case filed by the Attorney General. Rep. O'Neal submitted a map (Congressional No Deviation) to the court with his motion to intervene. Maps: PDF Format, HTML Format, Zip File

Intervenor Susan Estes: On June 17, Susan Estes, a resident of Sedgwick County, filed a motion to intervene in the case filed by the Attorney General. Ms. Estes submitted a map (Iowa-JC-GE-NM Revised) to the court with her motion to intervene. Maps: PDF Format, HTML Format, Zip File

Intervenors Iowa, Kickapoo, Potawatomi, and Sac and Fox Tribes (of Kansas): On June 17, the Tribes, whose reservations are located in Northeast Kansas, filed a motion to intervene in the case filed by the Attorney General. 
 
 

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2002 Congressional, Legislative District, and Board of Education Plans
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