House Democrats criticized the redistricting plans for maintaining Republican dominance of Indiana government and for giving Hoosiers very little time to review the new maps before rushing them into law.
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The Indiana House is poised Thursday to approve new legislative district boundaries that will shape, in many ways, the state's election results and public policies for the next 10 years.
The House Elections Committee acted along party lines Monday to advance to the full chamber its plans for Indiana's new congressional and state legislative district boundaries.
"We were either chasing population or dragging it," said state Rep. Greg Steuerwald. "But you can only drag population so far, and that's why you'll notice a lot of new districts in areas with growing populations."