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What's next for redistricting efforts, state COVID reporting, Inslee's emergency powers?

Photo looking up at the facade of the Temple of Justice building in Olympia. It shows the words Temple of Justice etched into stone sitting above eight pillars. An American flag flies atop the building.
Rachel La Corte
The Associated Press file
The state Supreme Court, which convenes at the Temple of Justice in Olympia, will takes the next steps in deciding political redistricting in Washington. A commission tasked with doing so failed to meet the deadline.

The task of redrawing Washington's congressional and legislative districts is now in the hands of the state Supreme Court. But how did that happen? The chair of the commission that missed the deadline — sending the map duty to the court — sent an explanation to the justices Monday.

Morning Edition host Kirsten Kendrick spoke to Olympia correspondent Austin Jenkins about that and more. Listen through the player above.

Tune in to KNKX on Tuesdays at 7:45 a.m. to catch these chats live.

Kirsten Kendrick hosts Morning Edition on KNKX and the sports interview series "Going Deep," talking with folks tied to sports in our region about what drives them — as professionals and people.
Vivian McCall is a former KNKX reporter, producer and host. She previously spent eight years as a reporter in Chicago, where she wrote for the Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times and WBEZ public radio.