The Legislative Reapportionment Commission is meeting at 1 p.m. to unveil and vote on another round of preliminary district boundaries.
In case you need a refresher on the reapportionment saga, here's a quick recap:
The commission (made up of each caucus leader and retired judge as chairman) approved maps in December that would have moved four House seats -- two from the Pittsburgh region -- and one Senate seat to areas of the state with more population growth.
That plan, however, was rejected by the state Supreme Court in late January as petition circulation was beginning. They later released an opinion telling lawmakers to redraw the maps so that fewer localities and counties are divided among multiple districts.
Today will be the first public viewing of their new attempt at a map. We'll have more from Karen Langley after those plans are released.