In Case You Missed It: D.C. Vote Bill Struggles in House; Council Blasts Gun Riders
Supporters on the D.C. voting rights bill in the U.S. House are scrambling to figure out how to get a bill through without a gun rider, as Mary Beth Sheridan and Nikita Stewart report this morning in the Washington Post. Once again, the D.C. Council finds itself fighting for autonomy. Hamil Harris captured the council's news conference yesterday afternoon against gun riders being attached to the D.C. vote bill.
March 4, 2009; 6:50 AM ET
Categories: Voting Rights
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