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Widespread gerrymandering can affect both state and national policy by increasing the number of laws passed each year due to greater cooperation by elected officials at each level. increasing voter turnout and making elected officials more accountable to the citizens of each state. increasing the chances of one party enacting its platform in state legislatures and the House of Representatives. increasing cooperation between state and national governments to pass and enforce similar laws.
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increasing the chances of one party enacting its platform in state legislatures and the House of Representatives.

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