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Statehood for the 700,000 people in D.C. means we would finally have equal congressional representation and autonomy over our own local affairs. We would be treated equally with our families, friends, and neighbors in the 50 states, nothing more and … Continue reading
Nevada became a state on October 31, 1864, so happy anniversary to the people of Nevada! Most people probably do not celebrate their states’ statehood admission anniversary but for the people of Washington, DC, it’s a day we long for. … Continue reading
Senator Jacky Rosen (D-NV) is a freshman in the U.S. Senate who serves on the Homeland Security & Government Affairs Committee (HSGAC). HSGAC among other duties has oversight functions over the District of Columbia (we oppose that but it’s reality) … Continue reading
In 1993, then Representative Cantwell on the House floor voted for the D.C. statehood bill but since joining the U.S. Senate in 2000, she has not taken a stance on the statehood legislation. Washington’s senior Senator, Patty Murray, and consistently … Continue reading