With prisoner counts at the time of redistricting, state redistricting bodies would then have the capacity to decide whether to include or exclude prisoners from proposed districts. The states’ interest in having such a separate prisoner count should be assessed by the Bureau as part of its work with state officials to determine the layout of the standard P.L. 94-171 redistricting data file in 2010.
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