A group to support organizing for the Congressional Apportionment Amendment of the Democracy and Human Rights Amendments.
It is time to more evenly base the Senate on population On Senate apportionment, the issue is that we have a small number of citizens in the smallest states with much more power than citizens from larger states. One way we might apportion Senators is that the smallest 10-15 states receive one Senator, that the bulk of states still receive 2 Senators and that the 10-15 largest states receive 3-5 Senators based on population. We can maintain the ethos of federalism and the relative size of the Senate while being more representative of the people.
This amendment would also outlaw gerrymandering that both parties have used and codify nonpartisan processes for states to establish Congressional districts.