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Bicameral legislature

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A bicameral legislature is a state legislative deliberative body with two houses, or chambers--a state assembly as the lower house and a state senate as the upper house. One state in the United States does not have a bicameral legislature: Nebraska, which has a unicameral legislature in the form of the Nebraska State Senate.