Bicameral legislature

Contemporary Examples

Why Doesn’t Every State Have a Unicameral? Justin Green April 3, 2013

Historical Examples

Hallowed Heritage: The Life of Virginia Dorothy M. Torpey
North Dakota Various

bicameral legislature [(beye-kam-uhr-uhl)]


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