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For Boston’s communities of color, the redistricting process for the Massachusetts House and Senate offers a chance to advocate for better representation. Under maps expected to be approved Wednesday, the state Legislature would add 13 new majority-minority districts — districts in which the larger share of population is not white — in the House and three new ones in the Senate, resulting in a total of 33 House districts and six Senate districts that are majority-minority.

Read more from the Bay State Banner.

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The redistricting process in Massachusetts is well under way, with the Senate expected to vote soon on new maps for the next decade of state legislative elections.

Read more from Public News Service.

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House Democrats and Republicans came together on Thursday to approve a plan that would recast the boundaries for all 160 House districts, strengthening opportunities in places like Worcester, Lawrence, Brockton and Chelsea for candidates of color to win seats over the next decade.

Read more from State House News Service via the Eagle Tribune.

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