More maps: Redistricting commission releases new draft Assembly maps, proposing big changes for southern Brooklyn

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It’s the redistricting process that never ends! The state’s Independent Redistricting Commission last week unanimously voted to approve and release a new draft Assembly map that could make some big changes to Brooklyn’s representation in the lower chamber. 

New York’s once-a-decade redistricting process has stretched on for months as the parties battle it out over district lines — after the Independent Redistricting Commission failed to produce new maps for the state Senate, Assembly, and the House of Representatives by their deadline in January, the Democratic-majority state legislature took over and drew their own maps.

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