Top Ten Biggest Legislatures 2011

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10) Maine:            House: 151 + Senate: 35 =       186
(Part-time)

9) Connecticut:        House: 151+ Senate: 36 =       187
(Hybrid)

8) Maryland:        House: 141 + Senate: 47 =       188
(Hybrid)

7) Missouri:        House: 163+ Senate: 34 =       197
(Hybrid)

6) Massachusetts:    House: 160 + Senate: 40 =       200
(Full-time)

5) Minnesota:         House: 67 + Senate: 134 =       201
(Hybrid)

4) New York:         House: 150 + Senate: 62 =       212
(Full-time)

3) Georgia:             House: 180 + Senate: 56 =       236
(Part-time)

2) Pennsylvania:     House: 200 + Senate: 53 =     253
(Full-time)

1) New Hampshire:     House: 400 + Senate: 24 =       424
(Part-time)

Source: National Conference of State Legislatures.

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