TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - The Florida House will have the final say on fixing constitutional flaws in the Senate's redistricting map.
The Senate passed a revised plan last week. It goes to the House floor on Tuesday.
It's a response to findings by the Florida Supreme Court. The justices unanimously affirmed the 120-seat House map but ruled the Senate plan violated new anti-gerrymandering standards in a 5-2 opinion. The majority ruled in part that it intentionally favored incumbents and Republicans.
Gov. Rick Scott called a 15-day special session so the GOP-controlled Legislature could pass a new Senate plan. That session ends Wednesday but the House could wrap it up a day early.
The new map then goes back to the Supreme Court. If the justices still find problems they could redraw it themselves.