Lawmakers might head back to the office a bit sooner than scheduled.
Rumor has circulated that Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear might call state lawmakers to a special legislative session for approving a redistricting plan.
Senate and representative district boundaries must be redrawn after each Census. After the 2010 Census, a plan was approved but later ruled unconstitutional.
Taylor County's State Rep. John "Bam" Carney, R-Campbellsville, said he won't support such a special session because of the cost.