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Groups Seek 2 Districts with Large Black Voter Bases

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Alabama lawmakers return to Montgomery this week to draw new legislative, congressional, and school board districts. Some legal groups are arguing the state should have two congressional districts likely to elect an African-American representative, instead of just one. Black and mixed-race residents now make up more than 25% of the state’s population. Alabama’s seven-member congressional delegation…