COVID Surges As Students Head Back, Cranley Makes It Official, Redistricting Is Moving Along

COVID cases are back up to levels not seen in six months as kids, most of whom can’t be vaccinated, go back to school, and as a surprise hearing is planned on a bill to ban all mandatory vaccines.

A new contender enters the race for governor – on the Democratic side.And the process to draw new maps for state lawmakers and members of Congress gets underway with a very short meeting – but how much has been done already?

I ask a longtime legislature who pushes for changes with the way those maps are drawn.

 

Guests: 

John Cranley

Vernon Sykes

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