The California Citizens Redistricting Commission took an about-face and decided to not release a second round of proposed maps for new congressional, Assembly, State Senate and Board of Equalization districts.
Commissioners decided in June to revise the first maps, which drew criticism among San Joaquin County activists because the Assembly and State Senate maps divided the county. The new maps were to be released Thursday morning, but the commission decided against it at Saturday’s meeting.
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