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Primary governing law: Ky. Const. § 33

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Congress: On February 10, the state legislature passed HB 302; the Governor signed the bill on the same day.

State leg.: On January 12, 2012, the state House passed HB1; on January 18, the state Senate passed an amended version of the bill, which the state House approved on January 19, and which the Governor signed on January 20. On February 7, a state court struck down the state House and state Senate plan, setting elections to take place under the 2002 plan until the plans are redrawn; on appeal, the state Supreme Court affirmed that decision.

On August 23, 2013, in a special session, the state legislature passed HB1, a new state redistricting plan, which was signed by the Governor on the same day.

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