Regardless of how the fall elections shake out, Allen Countians will have new representation in the Kansas House and Senate.
A panel of three federal judges set new political boundaries Thursday for state and federal lawmakers after state legislators were unable to agree on a redistricting plan during their recently completed session.
Typically, lawmakers hammer out new boundaries every 10 years, using census results. The inaction in Topeka pushed the matter into federal court.
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