California Could Lose Congressional Seat After 2020 Census

We’ve known for a while that California’s population growth has slowed to historic lows in recent years as immigration has dwindled and birthrates have plummeted.

That’s true for some states across the country and the country as a whole.

But it’s not true for every state. As my colleague Robert Gebeloff reported, some states, like Texas, grew rapidly over the 2010s.

And that, experts say, could result in California losing a congressional seat for the first time in history. …

Click here to read the full article from the New York Times.


  1. If we are now largely representing illegals and liberals, this is a good thing. We do not need any more Adam Schiffs, etc. in Congress.

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