Rep. Roger Lane of Darien, Ga., introduces the proposed map of the Georgia House Districts to the Georgia House of Representatives at the State Capitol in 2011.
Rep. Roger Lane of Darien, Ga., introduces the proposed map of the Georgia House Districts to the Georgia House of Representatives at the State Capitol in 2011. Jason Getz AP
Rep. Roger Lane of Darien, Ga., introduces the proposed map of the Georgia House Districts to the Georgia House of Representatives at the State Capitol in 2011. Jason Getz AP

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