TALLAHASSEE — After days of listening to how their staff redrew Florida’s 27 congressional districts in relative seclusion, state legislators Wednesday started taking their own turn at remapping the state.

By the end of the third day of the 12-day special session on redistricting, at least eight state legislators were working on alternative redistricting plans that, in some cases, would significantly change an initial base map lawmakers started debating Monday. The result is who will represent millions of Floridians in Congress is far from being resolved.

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