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With its growing population, Florida has gained one new seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, pushing the total delegation from 27 to 28.
The U.S. Census announced the figures Monday, showing the changes across the 50 states.
Texas gained two new seats, and Colorado, Montana, North Carolina and Oregon and Colorado gained one seat.
Several midwestern states lost seats, as did California and New York.
More to come.
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