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Republican, Democratic leaders show partisan split on redistricting (access required)

The partisan legislative maneuvering over Arizona’s redistricting process may be over for now, but the arguments lived on as Republican and Democratic leaders spent more than two hours on Wednesday making their cases to the remapping commission.

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Then-Arizona Supreme Court Chief Justice Rebecca Birch oversees the Commission on Appellate Court Appointments' Jan. 21 meeting to select two new nominees for Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission. (Photo by Evan Wyloge/Arizona Capitol Times)

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