From a June 2017 press release on Rep Don Beyer’s (D-VA) bill to reform congressional elections:
The Fair Representation Act would move US House elections into multi-member districts drawn by independent redistricting commissions, and elected through ranked choice voting. The multi-member districts would be effective in states apportioned six or more seats in the House, and would elect three to five Representatives each, depending on the size of the state.
Me, from November of 2011:
For states with seven or fewer representatives, all of the districts would be consolidated into a single district that elects multiple representatives. This prevents any district from having fewer than four seats. A second district is added at the eighth representative, and another for each additional multiple of four.
I didn’t know anything about his bill at the time, but I approve.