New state population estimates for 2019, released recently by the U.S. Census Bureau, have given political scientists the data they need to project changes to congressional apportionment after the 10-year census is tabulated this spring. Slower population growth and Americans moving less frequently will mean that fewer congressional seats, and Electoral College votes, will change…
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