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A judge has ordered the Florida Legislature to design a new congressional map for the Central Florida area that doesn't conflict with the state's anti-gerrymandering laws by August 15th. This order is in response to a ruling by Leon County Circuit Judge Terry Lewis in which 2 congressional seats being held by U.S. Representatives Daniel Webster (R - Winter Garden) and Corrine Brown (D - Jacksonville) were drawn with improper partisan intent.

This decision has worried both voters and candidates alike with the election only a couple months away. 

Read the full story from the Orlando Sentinel