The Missouri House has rejected the changes made to its redistricting map by the Senate, which on Wednesday took its own map and substituted it in the House bill before passing it.
The main sticking point appears to be how much of Jefferson County will fall into the rural southeastern Missouri congressional district.
A State House committee’s plan to redraw Missouri’s congressional districts is drawing fire from both urban and rural residents and from both political parties.
The state is losing a seat in Congress based on the latest U.S. Census figures.
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