NEW YORK -- Talks over new election district lines in New York State are expected to continue this week. Democrats and Republicans have been arguing about the new lines ever since they were redrawn several weeks ago.
The once a decade process that redraws political boundaries for state Assembly, Senate and Congressional districts has faced problems since Republicans and Democrats submitted differing maps for House lines.
Representatives from both sides are planning closed door meetings over the coming days.
Leaders plan to have the new lines drawn by the majority parties in the senate and assembly voted on by Wednesday.