Division of Texas
1066213243320000Aside from being the second-largest state, Texas has the second-largest population composition in the US. Under the provision of the Federal Constitution, the division of any state requires Congressional approval. However, in the case of Texas, the resolution of 1845 passes for Congressional pre-approval hence Texas can be sub-divided. Moreover, many constitutional scholars and political philosophers suggest that subdividing Texas would bring the Constitutional powers closer to the people hence fulfilling the objectives of deliberative democracy. As supposed in the map at the end of this paper, Texas can be subdivided into at least five States:
According to the 2010 population estimates, New Texas will have a population of around 2.7M. New Texas is in current Texas, hence will have six electoral votes thus vending off the Republican advantage in the hilly sides of College station.
This state will have its capital at Dallas. With a population of about 7.5M, Trinity will be as big as Virginia. The name Trinity will be a reference to the trinity of Large Cities (Dallas, Fort Worth, and Arlington). Trinity would contain …
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