Discuss the state of Vermont.
Where does it say that?Because a new state needs a minimum population of 65,000.
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If anything, small states like Vermont have MORE influence on a per-capita basis in the Senate because they share the same amount of senators like huge states like New York or California, for instance. The House is a totally different story...they have less influence than even Greater Hartford, then again we have over twice the population of Vermont.ok, but what if the people of vermont believed in something really radical for instance....like perhaps the people of vermont would stand for nothing less than full on gay marriage. the 2 senators could vote for that, but they would still be overunn by the other states, as would the representitives obviously. when the people in a state want something bad enough, i think they should be able to get it. in general its not fair that half the country ties down the political opinion of the other hald constantly.