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  • And during a Tuesday committee meeting, deputy Attorney General Wesley G. Russell Jr. said the interpretation of the Constitution did not implicitly bar redistricting from occurring in any other year, citing a number of non-Census years in which the legislature passed redistricting plans.

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  • Mr. Russell, however, said the interpretation of the Constitution did not implicitly bar redistricting from occurring in any other year, rattling off a number of non-Census years in which the legislature passed redistricting plans.

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