The Florida Senate next week will dig into redistricting and insurance issues but overall will have a slow-paced initial set of committee meetings as it prepares for the 2022 legislative session. The Senate Reapportionment Committee will meet Monday and receive presentations about issues such as census data, according to a newly posted Senate calendar. Redrawing congressional and legislative districts will be a major issue during the 2022 legislative session. The Reapportionment Committee will be the only Senate panel that meets Monday. Three committees will meet Sept. 21, three will meet Sept. 22, and one will meet Sept. 23. The Senate Banking and Insurance Committee is scheduled Sept. 22 to receive presentations on the insurance market from state Insurance Commissioner David Altmaier and Insurance Consumer Advocate Tasha Carter. While a meeting notice does not provide details of what will be discussed, property insurance was one of the biggest issues of the 2021 session. The House has published meeting notices for Monday, when it will hold four meetings. That will include a discussion by the House Pandemics & Public Emergencies Committee about the hospital system. Lawmakers will hold six weeks of committee meetings in advance of the 2022 session, which will start Jan. 11.