Bicameral Clause Law and Legal Definition

Bicameral clause refers to the provision in the U.S. Constitution that creates two legislative chambers of Congress. Article 1, Clause1 of the U.S Constitution says “that all legislative powers granted shall be vested in a Congress of the U.S which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives.” The two chambers are called the House of Representatives and the Senate. In the U.S the federal government as well as all states except Nebraska has bicameral legislatures.