Population Growth Could Mean Big Changes To North Dakota's Legislative Map

(Williston, ND)  --  A slightly more than six-figure increase in North Dakota's population since 2010 could significantly alter the state's legislative map.  Officials say members of a state redistricting committee are scheduled to meet at the end of the month to redraw district lines based on population.  Most of the changes reportedly will be seen in the northwestern part of the state.  A spokesperson say a new district may have to be drawn for Williams County.