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State redistricting panel is now on deadline to draft its first map

“Now that the five-member LRC has usable Census data, it has three months to submit its first map.”

By Sam Dunklau

Communities of color want to be ‘stewards,’ not ‘victims’ of Pa. redistricting plans

Legal experts have warned the state’s Legislative Redistricting Commission that new maps unfairly splitting those communities up could violate federal law.

By Sam Dunklau

Latino political power, health, future examined at statewide convention

Mental health, education, poverty and other issues were tackled.

By Anthony Orozco

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State College plans to request a census recount, suspecting a pandemic-related undercount

The Borough of State College is listed as having about 1,500 fewer residents than in 2010 in new 2020 population data the Census Bureau released last week.

By Min Xian/WPSU

4 takeaways from new Pa. census data and what it means for redistricting

The 5-member panel that draws new state House and Senate maps will have to consider how to evenly distribute Pennsylvania’s shifting population.

By Sarah Anne Hughes/Spotlight PA

U.S. Census data drop puts Pa. lawmakers closer to drawing the state’s new political boundaries

Once state-appointed experts have combed through the new detailed population counts from last year’s census, lawmakers will have what they need to officially start the once-a-decade process.

By Sam Dunklau