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Richmond County redistricting map faces opposition in the legislative delegation



A redistricting map passed by narrow margins by the Augusta Commission and Richmond County Board of Education is meeting opposition from some members of the local legislative delegation, which must accept the map and bring it to a vote in the legislature before it is signed by the governor.


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  1. Federal Paper? Like the old Continental Can? If that’s what he’s taking about he might wanna brush up on his news..Federal Paper got bought out 25 years ago and was bought by a 3rd company 4 years ago..

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