What state has a unicameral government?
One house legislature means that the legislative branch of that state or local government is unicameral. Instead of having a House of Representatives and a Senate to go through to pass bills, a unicameral legislative branch only has one house to go through to pass a bill. Nebraska is the only state that has a unicameral state legislator. In this case, the one house in Nebraska is the Senate.
There is absolutely no issue with having a unicameral legislature. Many countries do just fine with a unicameral legislature (Sweden, South Korea, Portugal) or have a bicameral legislature where the upper chamber does practically nothing making a de facto unicameral legislature (Spain and United Kingdom). The argument for having a bicameral legislature in a place like the United States is to balance state and national interests, by giving states equal representation in one body and…
Unicameral is one house deciding its bills Nebraska state government is an example of an unicameral. Bills get through faster as no endless debate but fillibusters are common. Bills can be passed with simple majority yet one sided issues can be darlings and passed without discussion or recomendation of one house or another
The people (public) have more selection in what type of government is right for them. It their was a unicameral government their will only eveer be one party, whereas, if their were two parties their would be more offers and more competition, say their was a unicameral government, and they made an act which a majority of the public disliked, their would be nothing you could reallly do about it because their wouldn't be another…
The first type of government after the Revolutionary was was the Articles of Confederation. It was a very weak government decentralized all federal government and gave power to state governments. It included a unicameral congress. Some weakness of the Articles of Confederation included the government's lack of a leader, courts, army, trade regulations, tax power, extradition, and money.