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Question: Which statement best describes the structure of the Texas legislature?

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  1.  Texas has always had a unicameral legislature.
  2.  Texas created the idea of a unicameral legislature.
  3.  Since independence from Mexico, Texas has had a bicameral legislature.
  4.  Texas's first unicameral legislature was established while the state was a member of the Confederacy.

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3. Since independence from Mexico, Texas has had a bicameral legislature.

The statement best describes the structure of the Texas legislature: Since independence from Mexico, Texas has had a bicameral legislature.


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The word Bicameral is derived from the Latin: "Bi" (meaning two) and "camera" (meaning chamber).

It is a type of legislature where one divided into two separate assemblies, chambers, or houses, known as a bicameral legislature.

Example: In U.S., the bicameral system consists of the House of Representatives and the Senate.

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