Breaking: Legislation to Make DC 51st State Introduced

Looking for more details, so this will be updated, depending. Those radical centrists keep on surprising me…

NBC News:

The measure was reintroduced in the House by Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, a Democrat who represents the District of Columbia, and its companion was unveiled in the Senate by Sen. Tom Carper, D-Del. As of Tuesday evening, Norton said that she had more than 200 co-sponsors in the House.

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7 Responses to Breaking: Legislation to Make DC 51st State Introduced

  1. Jimmy T says:

    Why not? More people live in DC than in Wyoming and Vermont. And both of those states have senators and Reps. Seems fair to me, and possibly a check on the Electoral College…

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  2. E.A. Blair says:

    The real mistake occurred bbetween 1866 and 1870, when the former Confederate states were readmitted to the union. They should have been designated perpetual territories.

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  3. Turtle McMoscow will throw it down, but it will still be funny to watch him simper and defend taxation without representation for more citizens thane has ever actually listened to.


  4. spotthedog says:

    And Puerto Rico for 52nd? Might as well.


  5. donnah says:

    I’m all for it. There’s always room on Old Glory for more stars.


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