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The entire issue is dedicated to the proceedings of the 1963 General Assembly. Major rulings affecting education, environment, highway safety, and criminal law are addressed.
A contested 1963 bill before the General Assembly proposed that each county should only have one representative in the House of Representatives. Politicians from more populated counties protested this measure while those from less populated counties approved of the measure. A study was conducted from the 1961 General Assembly results to see if there was a distinguishable difference between rural and urban representative voting.