The only way to seriously address the issue is for congressional Democrats to add states, thereby changing the balance of power with new representatives. Democrats—if and when they regain control of Congress—should add new states whose congressional representatives would likely be Democrats. A third option is simply to break an existing Democratic state into multiple states. Simon Barnicle is a writer and attorney based in Minnesota. But these are not unsolvable problems, and in fact the formation of more states could be just the thing to solve them. The apportionment of senators by state, not population, naturally gives those in less populated states disproportional representation.
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