43 percent were represented in the Repub tax bill
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Alabama24.864.86
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Alaska20.740.74
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Arizona26.836.83
For each Repub that voted for the Senate tax bill, add 1/2 of their
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Arkansas22.982.98
state's population and show that as a percentage of the US population.
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Colorado5.462.73
I used numbers for 2015 population because I had those handy.
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Florida20.2710.135
The result -- 43% of the population was represented in this vote.
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Georgia210.2110.21
57% have been taxated without representation.
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Idaho21.651.65
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Indiana6.623.31
Of course the House of Representatives is closer to being representatitve,
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Iowa23.123.12
There are Reps from states such as New York and California, that have
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Kansas22.912.91
state income taxes, whose citizens will be adversely affected by this bill.
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Kentucky24.264.26
So if their reps vote for this bill, they will have a harder time getting
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Louisiana24.674.67
re-elected next year. And of course the whole House is up for re-election
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Maine1.330.665
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Mississippi22.992.99
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Missouri6.083.04
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Montana1.030.515
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Nebraska21.91.9
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Nevada2.891.445
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North Carolina210.0410.04
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North Dakota0.750.375
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Ohio11.615.805
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Oklahoma23.913.91
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Pennsylvania12.86.4
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South Carolina24.94.9
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South Dakota20.860.86
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Tennessee6.63.3
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Texas227.4727.47
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Utah233
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West Virginia1.840.92
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Wisconsin5.772.885
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Wyoming20.590.59
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