Lawmakers are tackling the daunting task of redrawing district boundaries because of population changes in the State. House and Senate leaders will be traveling the State holding public hearings to get input. House Redistricting Co-Chair Shawn Lindsley says they'll be in Bend this Saturday. “And basically these public hearings that we’ll have, it will provide all Oregonians across the State with an opportunity to discuss the redistricting process and give us insight and input on how the legislative and Congressional Districts may change as a result from the population. We need to hear from citizens to make sure we know where the communities of interest are and where we should draw the proper lines.” The public hearing on redistricting in Bend will be held Saturday, March 19th at OSU-Cascades from 10 am to 1 p.m.