The state House has moved to change the commonwealth’s constitution and drastically reduce the size of the legislature.
However, there’s no guarantee voters will see the amendment on their ballots come election day.
Pennsylvania has the largest full-time legislature in the country—and for years, lawmakers have sought to change that.
Supporters of the proposal say cutting the number of representatives would make government more efficient—and probably save money.
And, bill sponsor Jerry Knowles noted, the ultimate decision will be up to voters.