What states lose representatives?

What states lose representatives?

Based on projections of population growth, Northeastern and Midwestern states such as Pennsylvania, New York, Rhode Island, Ohio, Michigan, Illinois, and Minnesota may lose seats, while Western and Southern states such as Oregon, Arizona, Colorado, Texas, Florida, and North Carolina may gain seats.

What was the direct result of the 2010 Census?

“A big thanks to the American public for its overwhelming response to the 2010 Census,” U.S. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke said. “The result was a successful count that came in on time and well under budget, with a final 2010 Census savings of $1.87 billion.”

How many representatives are apportioned for your state based on 2010 data?

Apportionment of U.S. House of Representatives, 2010

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State Apportionment population (April 1, 2010) Number of apportioned representatives based on 2010 Census
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Colorado 5,044,930 7
Connecticut 3,581,628 5
Delaware 900,877 1

What is budget reconciliation in Congress?

Reconciliation is a parliamentary procedure of the United States Congress that expedites the passage of certain budgetary legislation in the United States Senate. Reconciliation bills can be passed on spending, revenue, and the federal debt limit, and the Senate can pass one bill per year affecting each subject.

What is the bird rule in Senate?

Under the Byrd rule, the Senate is prohibited from considering extraneous matter as part of a reconciliation bill or resolution or conference report thereon.

What is 2 way reconciliation?

You have probably performed a two-way bank reconciliation at some point in your life when you balanced your checkbook. You compare the latest bank statement (the “bank balance”) to your check register (the “book balance”), correcting for checks or deposits that have not cleared yet.