District of Columbia Voting Rights
Mark Plotkin talked about the Senate vote to take up legislation that would give the District of Columbia a full seat in the House of Representatives, and he responded to telephone calls and electronic mail. President Obama has called himself a “strong proponent” of congressional representation for the District. If the bill becomes law, opponents say it is unconstitutional and are likely to challenge it in court. close
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