The map would move five towns from the 1st congressional district to the 2nd district to equalize the population between the two. Oral argument on the proposed map is scheduled for Tuesday, May 31.
New Hampshire's congressional and state legislative district boundaries are drawn by the state legislature, known as the General Court.
The first round of listening sessions will be held in each county, starting as soon as mid-September and running through mid-October.
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