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Alabama Constitution of 1901, Art. IV, § 50

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The legislature shall consist of not more than thirty-five senators, and not more than one hundred and five members of the house of representatives, to be apportioned among the several districts and counties, as prescribed in this Constitution;  provided that in addition to the above number of representatives, each new county hereafter created shall be entitled to one representative.

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