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Group aims to bypass MN redistricting politics

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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A new group called Draw the Line Minnesota hopes to involve voters in redrawing political maps without regard for incumbents and other partisan concerns.

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The citizens redistricting commission plans public hearings this month in the state's eight congressional districts, starting next week in Minneapolis and Northfield.

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