CS/HJR 7501: Joint Resolution of Apportionment
JOINT RESOLUTION by Redistricting Committee ; State Legislative Redistricting Subcommittee ; Byrd
Joint Resolution of Apportionment; Provides for apportionment of House of Representatives & Senate; adopts United States Decennial Census of 2020 for use in such apportionment; provides for inclusion of omitted areas; provides contiguity for areas specified for inclusion in one district which are noncontiguous; specifies that apportioned districts constitute legislative districts of state; specifies that electronic maps serve as official maps of legislative districts of state; provides for public availability of electronic maps; provides for severability of invalid portions; provides for application beginning in 2022.
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• Referred to Redistricting Committee
• Now in Redistricting Committee
• PCS added to Redistricting Committee agenda
• 1st Reading (Original Filed Version)
• Favorable with CS by Redistricting Committee
• Reported out of Redistricting Committee
• Laid on Table under Rule 7.18(a)
• CS Filed
• Bill referred to House Calendar
• 1st Reading (Committee Substitute 1)
• Added to Second Reading Calendar
• Laid on Table
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