Texas Redistricting Bill Blocked

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Lacking the two-thirds vote needed to bring the bill to the floor, Texas Republicans drop a congressional redistricting plan for the current special legislative session. GOP leaders consider changing the rules so that fewer votes are needed to bring the bill — intended to give Republicans more seats in the state legislature — up for debate. Hear NPR's Wade Goodwyn.



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