Before the 1965 reapportionment of the Vermont Legislature, 246 representatives — one for each of the state’s incorporated towns and cities — filled the House chamber. Today the House has 150 members. Some small towns rarely if ever send a resident to the Statehouse as a representative. Photo courtesy of the Vermont Historical Society Editor’s…

via Then Again: Until 1965, the smallest town had as much clout as the biggest city in the Vermont House — VTDigger