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Initial Arizona redistricting hearings scheduled

Arizona’s redistricting commission has released a 2 ½-week schedule of hearings for public comment on how the panel should draw new legislative and congressional districts.

The first hearings will be held July 21 in Phoenix, July 22 in Nogales and July 23 in Yuma.

Those are followed by hearings on July 26 in Bullhead City, July 27 in Casa Grande, July 28 in Prescott and July 29 in Window Rock.

Others are scheduled July 30 in Hon Dah, Aug. 1 in Flagstaff, Aug. 2 in South Tucson, and Aug. 3 in Glendale.

The last hearings will be Aug. 4 in Sierra Vista, Aug. 5 in Phoenix and Aug. 6 in Tucson.

Some hearings will be held concurrently with sessions in the same region.

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