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Please join Byron Dale to help reform our monetary system by 1st being informed & then getting involved. Please listen to Wealth Money Radio show every Sat. morn. 10:00 a.m. central time. Help educate friends & neighbors to understand our debt based money system & to speak with local legislatures to demand change.

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At 5:55am on September 12, 2018, James Pollard said…

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At 5:51pm on April 8, 2017, Online Professor said…

According to Article I Section 2 Clause 3 each state is entitled to 1 representative in Congress for every 30,000 people in their state. Based on that ratio, the State of Wyoming which currently has only 1 representative should have 18 representatives.

By following the Constitution we would have much smaller Congressional Districts and a lobbyists who control the 435 politicians In Washington D.C. would have a tough time influencing over 10,000 representatives of the people in nearly all of the 3,142 counties.

Reducing the size of the Congressional Districts and increasing the number of representatives does not increase the power of the Congressional Representatives it increases the voice and power of the people they were elected to represent.

 
 
 

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