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The Senate this week approved bills that would draw new lines for state Senate and United States congressional districts following the 2020 census. The constitution requires that new district maps are drawn in the first regular session after the decennial census, but delays due to the COVID pandemic, legal challenges, and other issues pushed back the release of this critical data by months.

Henderson County’s location makes it a possible end piece in redistricting proposals being debated in Austin.

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With fall hunting seasons quickly approaching, I thought it would be fun to visit this week about scouting and learning land that you are not familiar with.

Texas will have 38 congressional seats as a result of the latest U.S. census. The state’s political heft has been growing steadily for decades, gaining at least two seats after every census since 1980.

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A woman walks past the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.