I understand what the bill is trying to get at, I just think it’s addressing the wrong problem. We could redistrict twice a month if the process was FAIR. Partisan gerrymandering is the issue. Address the issue directly. Redistricting should be a boring computational routine. Plug data in program. Program divides state populations evenly into compact polygonal districts that average six or fewer sides using k-means to get balanced centroidal power diagrams. Lo, Fair redistricting. No drama, no partisan politics. We just need the Supreme Court to find a metric by which to judge whether partisan gerrymandering is sufficient to deem maps unconstitutional. Then we can use computational approaches that are blind to political matters. And even if algorithms don't end up drawing the districts themselves, they could provide a standard against which districts are judged to see if gerrymandering has taken place.