(CBS Detroit) – Delays in census data are now causing conflict around Michigan’s appointed redistricting committee.

The general counsel for the committee said a closed-door meeting would take place to discuss the delay.

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Some lawmakers say they are concerned about the committee’s transparency.

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This comes after the federal government announced census data would be released on September 30th.

13 days after Michigan’s September 17th redistricting deadline.

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