Monthly Archives: February 2015

You Say You Want a Resolution

While a revolution for statehood might get us there faster resolutions for statehood are an important component of expressing and demonstrating widespread support for the cause. In 2013, the Brookland Neighborhood Civic Association, the Bloomingdale Civic Association, the Bates St. … Continue reading

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Snow Day = Statehood Day!

Are you at home today? With a day in the house why not lend 5 minutes or an hour to lend your voice to encourage U.S. Senators to support the D.C. statehood bill (New Columbia Admission Act)? Senator Carper has … Continue reading

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It’s About Democracy

Below is my testimony before a Joint “Roundtable” (it was a Hearing but due to fear of violating the Budget Act of 2015 the Council changed the title to Roundtable) about respecting the vote and will of District voters: Joint … Continue reading

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What Can You Do for D.C. Statehood?

Host a meet and greet at your house. Invite friends and family over for a discussion on statehood – Neighbors United for DC Statehood would be happy to attend and facilitate. It’s a great way to learn about the cause … Continue reading

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Civic Disobedience

On February 9th, 2015 there will be a Joint Public Hearing of the D.C. Council that we all should attend and testify at. While the hearing’s focus will be about legislation to tax and regulate marijuana I have no intention … Continue reading

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