A legislature divided into two houses; the US Congress and the state legislatures are bicameral except Nebraska, which is unicameral.
The process of allotting congressional seats to each state following the decennial census according to their proportion of the population
The redrawing of congressional districts to reflect increases or decreases in seats allotted to the states, as well as population shifts within a state
A proposed law
The power delegated to the House of Representatives in the Constitution to charge the president, vice president, or other "civil officers," including federal judges, with "Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors." This is the first step in the constitutional process of removing such government officials from office.
The political party in each house of Congress with the most members