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« on: September 18, 2019, 09:15:13 PM »

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/opinion/taxation-without-representation-give-democracy-to-dc-make-it-a-state/ar-AAHujaW


Will joan stand with her fellow Washingtonians for DC statehood and voting representation in Congress, or would adding 2 Dems to the Senate and a Dem voting member to the House stick in her craw?

DC has more people than Wyoming or Vermont, so it’s only fair.

Article says 64% of U.S. citizens are against DC statehood, but they don’t live there.  I can’t help but think that attitude has nothing to do with fairness of proper representation in our government, and people just think it’s too small to be a state.  And they don’t have any cows outside of Woodley Park.
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