In a little over a year, Oklahoma will take part in the 2020 census. With that comes the duty to adjust the districts of our legislature, so that every resident has equal representation. But Oklahoma sorely needs to go further and coordinate the two chambers of our legislature to a coherent system of districts that the common man can comprehend and identify with. Oklahoma has 101 Representatives in the lower house. That number is arbitrary. It has b [...]
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