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  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • Mr. Edington (March 17) needs to go back and read the U.S. Constitution and U.S. history regarding the U.S. Senate. The Senate was formed, as it remains, with two senators from each state. This gave every state an equal footing in the Senate. The Constitution would never have been ratified otherwise. The House of Representatives is the "people's house" with membership based on each state's population. — P. Moran, Medford
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  • Mr. Edington (March 17) needs to go back and read the U.S. Constitution and U.S. history regarding the U.S. Senate. The Senate was formed, as it remains, with two senators from each state. This gave every state an equal footing in the Senate. The Constitution would never have been ratified otherwise. The House of Representatives is the "people's house" with membership based on each state's population. — P. Moran, Medford
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