Via Wyoming News
The Wyoming House of Representatives took up the work of redistricting Wednesday afternoon, approving a plan that would add three seats to the state’s legislative branch.
“We saw 60-30 plans, I-80 Compromise plans, regional plans, a 56-28 plan, a 60-31 plan, and finally, a 62-31 plan,” Duncan said. “The proposed 62-31 plan was easily the best option to ensure people have fair representation for the entire state. It balances the requirement for more representation for those areas that have grown against the prospect of less representation for the least-populated areas.”
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