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(a) Within thirty days after the official reporting of the decennial census of the United States or thirty days after being duly appointed, whichever occurs last, the board shall adopt one or more proposed redistricting plans. The board shall hold public hearings on the proposed plan, or, if no single proposed plan is agreed on, on all plans proposed by the board. No later than ninety days after the board has been appointed and the official reporting of the decennial census of the United States, the board shall adopt a final redistricting plan and issue a proclamation of redistricting. The final plan shall set out boundaries of house and senate districts and shall be effective for the election of members of the legislature until after the official reporting of the next decennial census of the United States.
(b) Adoption of a final redistricting plan shall require the affirmative votes of three members of the Redistricting Board.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - The Constitution of the State of Alaska Art. VI, § 10. Redistricting Plan and Proclamation - last updated April 21, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ak/the-constitution-of-the-state-of-alaska/ak-const-art-6-sect-10/
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