Minnesota State Law Library
Legal Topics: Redistricting
Constitution and Statutes: (Additional statutes, regulations & opinions may apply to your specific situation.)
Minnesota Constitution, Article IV.
Minnesota Statutes, section 2.021, section 2.031, section 2.724, section 2.731, 2.91, section 480.16, section 204B.14, index topic: Redistricting Project.
2010 Census, from the United States Census Bureau.
Congressional Apportionment, from the United States Census Bureau.
Elections & Redistricting, from the Minnesota House Research Department.
Key Redistricting Cases, from the Minnesota House Research Department.
Minnesota State Demographic Center, Minnesota Department of Administration.
Redistricting 2010, from the Geographic Information Services section of the Minnesota Legislature.
Redistricting Law 2010, a summary of the legal framework that governs the process of redistricting, from the National Conference of State Legislatures.
Redistricting Plans, from the Geographic Information Services section of the Minnesota Legislature.
Resources on Minnesota Issues:
Redistricting 2010, from the Legislative Reference Library.
Special Redistricting Panel, from the Minnesota Supreme Court.
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