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When did the United States become a unicameral government?

Since everything is being fully blamed, on the elected federal government, and the President, which clearly shows unicameralism, not a bicameral legislature. So, if the United States, is being run by a unicameral government. Why are billions of US tax dollars federally being spent, on members of the house of representatives, congress, and the Senate. Also on state elected governments, governors, mayors. When these political positions don't ever exist within a unicameral government. Which only one government, president, political leader, sovereign, Prime Minister or dictator, fully runs and controls the whole country. All US states, have public elected state governments, governors, and mayors who are vote elected by the citizens living within the state, not through federal elections. Their job, is to fully manage the state, and the distribution of federal and state funds, for schools, roads, community and emergency services. As well to bring in new business, and corporate investment interest to the state. Also to promote, state, interstate, and foreign tourism to there elected state. To create jobs, and financial prosperity to the states economy. So, when did the public elected state governments, governors and mayors responsibility's, voted by citizens who live within a state. Suddenly all become the full responsibility of the federal government, and the President ? Also, why aren't you all knocking on your state governments, governors, and mayors doors. Asking why aren't they doing the job, they were elected to do?

Asked By: Riley - 6/4/2012
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Many governors have done their jobs. That is why some states are doing pretty well under the circumstances. Republican ones anyway. My state has a balanced budget. Unemployment is too high but with the right to work law passed, we have more businesses ready to move to the state. Our taxes have gone up on... More
Answered By: BekindtoAnimals22 - 6/4/2012
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When Harry Reid decided not to cooperate.
Answered By: sober - 6/4/2012
 
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