D.C. Residents Say They're Closer to a Vote in Congress

The delegates from the District of Columbia were revved. "We demand a vote!" they chanted at last month's Democratic convention as Eleanor Holmes Norton, the district's non-voting delegate to Congress, looked on approvingly. It was a high point for the 70-member D.C. delegation, which spent four days lobbying for a vote in Congress with T-shirts, flashing buttons and bumper stickers sporting the slogan "Taxation Without Representation." Speaking hours before prime time to a mostly...Full Story
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