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Republican state Sen. Rob McColley presents a new congressional district map, drawn by the Senate Republican Caucus. Andy Chow/Ohio Public Radio hide caption

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Despite voter-approved anti-gerrymandering reforms, Ohio GOP still draws lopsided map

Ohio's new congressional map favors Republicans 13 to 2. Voting rights advocates say it's a violation of redistricting rules voters put in place in 2018. One group has already filed a legal challenge.

Rob Gann puts on his clown makeup in the backstage locker room at the Adirondack Stampede Rodeo in Glens Falls, N.Y. M. Scott Brauer for NPR hide caption

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Meet the Arkansas cowboy who found a new life as a rodeo clown

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Republican state Sen. Rob McColley presents a new congressional district map, drawn by the Senate Republican Caucus. Andy Chow/Ohio Public Radio hide caption

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Despite voter-approved anti-gerrymandering reforms, Ohio GOP still draws lopsided map

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