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Now that the "Redistricting Road Trip" is over- there seems to be a consensus: people in Oregon are calling for the Governor to sign a bi-partisan District Map. When it comes to drawing political lines on a map, things can get controversial. State Senator Chris Telfer of Bend says that's why the State of Oregon has had a District Map approved of and signed by the Governor in forty years. In a recent tour across Oregon, Telfer heard the people say that 40 years was long enough, and they are urging the governor to put his "John Kitzhaber" on the document. The Committee held hearings in La Grande, Burns, Medford, Coos Bay and Bend. They also held video conferences to gather input.

 

 

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