BOISE, Idaho — Idaho state lawmakers say they are working on an agreement involving an impasse on legislation that could lead to changing the Idaho Constitution.

A resolution introduced last Wednesday proposes an amendment involving redistricting that Republicans want but Democrats oppose.

Republican and Democratic leaders on Monday said they are talking, and that was enough for Democrats not to use procedural rules to slow down progress in the House by forcing the full reading of bills as they did on Friday.

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Republican Majority Leader Mike Moyle and Democratic Minority Leader Mat Erpelding say there could be an agreement in place by Tuesday, but didn't elaborate.

The proposed legislation would add a seventh member to a redistricting commission through a proposed constitutional amendment.

The redistricting commission meets every ten years, following the latest census, to draw the boundaries for Idaho's 35 legislative and two congressional districts. Right now, the commission has six members, with Republican and Democratic officials each selecting three. 

Democrats say the proposed amendment is an attempt at gerrymandering that's being rushed through.

Republicans say the legislation advanced to the House on Friday within allowable timelines.