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Puerto Rican Statehood and House Apportionment

Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service
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  • Format Books
  • Publication [Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], 1998.
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    • 1 online resource (6 pages)

Summary

  • Discusses the effects upon House of Representatives apportionment of Puerto Rico becoming a State. Explores possibility of either expanding size of House of Representatives beyond 435, or alternatively maintaining the 435 seat limit and reducing the number of Representatives from other States.

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