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Topic - Joe Aistrup
It has a Republican-led Legislature, a GOP governor, almost perfectly straight-line borders and only four U.S. House districts, but Kansas somehow is the only state that hasn't completed its new congressional map for the 2012 elections.
"The conflict has moved to a crescendo, because there are a lot of other things on the plate right now, like tax cuts," said Mr. Aistrup. "All the compromises, everything else, is really kind of the logjam behind this state Senate map."
"In Kansas, we're not used to this vitriolic type of politics," Mr. Aistrup said.