Definitions for "Redistricting"
Geographically defining State legislative districts every ten years based upon census residential and population data. State legislatures have the obligation to use Federal census results to reapportion themselves every ten years.
Adjusting the boundaries of U.S. congressional districts and state legislative districts in response to population changes shown by the U.S. census.
A geographical division of the state into congressional, state representative, senatorial, or other legislative districts on the basis of the relative distribution of the state's total population. District boundaries are redrawn every 10 years following the publication of the U.S. census to ensure an appropriate number of districts of approximately equal population.
Keywords:  rap, rtp, retail, analysis, program
Retail Analysis Program (rap) RTP
Keywords:  vacancy, rental, rate
Rental vacancy rate
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