Monthly Archives: October 2013

The ‘Quiet Storm’ for Statehood

On October 25th, 2013, Neighbors United for DC Statehood hosted a lobby day on Capitol Hill to meet with House and Senate staff about the New Columbia Admission Act. While we billed the day as “Storm the Hill for Statehood” … Continue reading

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Building a Movement for Statehood

Earlier this week I made a quip on Twitter that we needed to achieve a ‘critical mass’ of people working for statehood. I was questioned about what exactly a ‘critical mass’ would be for statehood and so I’m going to … Continue reading

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Storm Congress for Statehood-October 25th, 2013

Had enough of Congress and the President using the District as a pawn? Tired of being denied equal representation in our democracy? Upset that Congress denies us the ability to spend our own money? If so, maybe it’s time you … Continue reading

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