Illinois Policy Institute: ‘Lawmakers turn around and do this Madigan-style map-making’

John Williams

FILE – In this Feb. 10, 2016, file photo, President Barack Obama delivers remarks to the Illinois General Assembly at the Illinois Capitol in Springfield, Ill. An effort to change the way political maps are drawn is shaping up as one of the biggest battles of 2016 in Illinois. Obama criticized the process during his speech in Springfield last week, saying it too often favors one political party. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson, File)

Illinois Policy Institute Senior Vice President of Marketing Austin Berg joins John Williams to describe what lawmakers have been discussing to redraw the Congressional map. He explains the purpose of the redistricting and why it can be a disadvantage to some communities.

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