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Two major issues face the North Carolina General Assembly for the 1991 session: the budget deficit and redistricting. As these issues define the legislative process for 1991, new roles for key individuals such as the new speaker of the house will also affect the progress made this year.
In 1992, the North Carolina General Assembly will have to redraw the state's congressional districts, and House and Senate districts to reflect ever population growth. Partisan politics and racial issues complicate the process along with constant Census updates.