Monthly Archives: October 2011

Jim Webb Should Have Better Things To Do.

Senator Jim Webb earlier this week issued a press release asking Mayor Gray to not enforce District law that has folks driving on expired tags thrown in jail (http://webb.senate.gov/newsroom/pressreleases/2011-10-06.cfm). This really shouldn’t be of high concern to an US Senator as … Continue reading

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Are Small Victories Even Victories?

So today Eleanor Holmes Norton announced that a House member with an actual vote, Dan Lungren (R-CA) introduced a bill that would give DC one statue in Statuary Hall in the U.S. Capitol. Wow!!! Bust out the champagne it’s time … Continue reading

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From H.R. 51 to H.R. 265

Statehood activists in the District are organizing a new strategy to push H.R. 265, the New Columbia Admission Act. First up is to get the members in the House that previously cosponsored H.R. 51 back in 1993 to sign on … Continue reading

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