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No, most US states have a bicameral legislature, with two legislative bodies/chambers. A unicameral legislature has a single body/chamber. Nebraska switched to a unicameral legislature in 1934 and is the only US state to currently have a unicameral legislature.

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No, most US states have a bicameral legislature, with two legislative bodies/chambers. A unicameral legislature has a single body/chamber. Nebraska switched to a unicameral legislature in 1934 and is the only US state to currently have a unicameral legislature.

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No. Nebraska is a unicameral state.

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Do most states of the US have a unicameral legislature?

No, only Nebraska has a Unicameral legislature.


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What is uni-cameral?

Unicameral is a legislative system where law is made in one house. The US state of Nebraska has the only unicameral legislature in the United States.


A legislature consisting of two parts or houses?

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What is wrong with a unicameral legislative body?

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 nationally-allocated representation based on population in other body. It also provides for the legislature to self-check. In many countries, the executive is more powerful, serving the purpose of the self-check, or there are no internal divisions that have unique legislative rights, so balancing national and state divisions is unimportant.