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In government, unicameralism is the practice of having one legislative or parliamentary chamber. Thus, a unicameral parliament or unicameral legislature is a ... More »

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A central feature of any constitution is the organization of the legislature. It may be a unicameral body with one chamber or a bicameral body with two chambers.

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Nebraska's legislature is unique among all state legislatures in the nation because it has a single-house system. It wasn't always a unicameral, however.

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Learn about unicameral legislatures and discover which state in the Union uses this type of legislature. Examine some of the advantages and...

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Jul 13, 2016 ... A unicameral legislature is a legislature with only one chamber. The unicameral system is supported by the belief that two chambers are ...

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1. a representative form of government with a single legislative chamber. 2. an advocacy of unicameral structure. — unicameralist, n. — unicameral, adj.

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Use the adjective unicameral to describe a government with only one legislative house or chamber. The Parliament of Finland, for example, is unicameral.

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LEGISLATURES, BICAMERAL AND UNICAMERAL. In the United States, legislatures at the federal, state, and local levels may be bicameral (consisting of two ...

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Three states were initially established with unicameral legislatures: Georgia, Pennsylvania, and Vermont. All three switched to a bicameral system by 1830.

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Unicameral system is a government with one legislative house or chamber.