(STATEHOUSE) - Indiana receives its redistricting data from the Census Bureau next week, kicking off a two-month process of redrawing those lines.
Indiana is among the first states to receive its numbers, because the legislature has to adjourn by April 29th.
The data breaks down Indiana's population by age, race, ethnicity and political subdivision.
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