The Census Bureau will reportedly announce later this month that New York’s 29-member Congressional delegation will lose at least one seat, shrinking it to the smallest numerically it has been since 1810. At that time, New York held 27 of the country's 181 Congressional seats. The state could lose up to two seats, and Florida looks to gain two. However, one sociologist said, "If it loses two seats, then the older suburbs downstate will also lose, while New York City and the fast-growing outer ring suburbs will more likely hold their own." This is our time! Gay marriage and mosques for ALL AMERICANS!