(Salem, OR) -- Today is the deadline for the Oregon legislature to agree on new political boundaries. On Saturday, not enough Republicans showed up in the House for a quorum and they couldn't meet. They say the maps proposed by democrats favor their party. Democrats proposed a new map, but it didn't bring Republicans back to the floor for a vote. If the legislature can't pass the bill today, a panel of judges will decide Congressional boundaries and the democrat Secretary of State will decide legislative boundaries. That decision could also be decided in court.