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Super slow-mo good for sports, not districting

The slow process of using the state procurement process to evaluate and hire IRC staff, attorneys, and, soon, mapping consultants, had Freeman all but openly regretting that the commission didn’t go about hiring without the help of the Department of Administration.

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