1/2/2014

New research appearing in the American Political Science Review suggests that large cities tend to have a hard time getting bills passed in state legislatures. In general, the researchers found, this isn't due to opposition among rural representatives but rather because large cities tend to have large delegations. These delegations are often splintered along ideological lines, which can make it difficult to win support for any particular initiative, the researchers found.

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