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Congress: The legislature adjourned without passing a map, which sent the process to litigation. On November 10, the court adopted maps proposed by the Moreno plaintiffs -- aligned with the interest of Colorado Democrats, affirmed by the state Supreme Court on December 5.

State leg.: On July 19, the politician commission preliminarily approved state legislative plans, and then took public comment. The commission passed final districts on September 19, but the Colorado Supreme Court found them insufficiently attuned to county boundaries, and returned the plan to the commission for re-drafting. On November 29, the commission approved new state legislative plans, which were approved by the state Supreme Court on December 12.

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