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Is It Time for the District to Have Statehood and Representation?

BY Adam Brandon

There are few things certain in life such as death, taxes, and Democrats calling for District of Columbia statehood during a high profile election cycle. While all Democratic presidential primary candidates support statehood for the capital of the United States, a recent Gallup Poll found that 64 percent of Americans actually disagree and for good reason.

07/24/2019
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Why not let taxis, Uber, Lyft fight it out on a level playing field with no regulations?

Taxi drivers created traffic gridlock in downtown D.C. last week to protest app-based ride sharing services such as Uber and Lyft.

07/02/2014
In DC and New York, Politicians Try to Score Cheap Points at the Expense of Charter Schools
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In DC and New York, Politicians Try to Score Cheap Points at the Expense of Charter Schools

Charter schools are being hit once again this week, and people are fighting back. Earlier this week, as many as 17,000 thousands advocates for charter schools gathered in New York City, after a successful such gathering last year drew thousands more public school parents.

10/10/2013
DC Autonomy: Is it Constitutional?
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DC Autonomy: Is it Constitutional?

There is a move afoot in Washington DC to give the city autonomy of over its finances. While this may sound good on the surface, there are unintendend consequences, and it may not be constitutional. As a federal district, the District of Columbia is funded solely by federal tax dollars.Dean Clancy, FreedomWorks Vice President, says,

04/26/2013
DC Mayor Vincent Gray Proposes Food Truck Regulations to Hurt Small Businesses
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DC Mayor Vincent Gray Proposes Food Truck Regulations to Hurt Small Businesses

DC Mayor Vincent Gray has proposed cruel food truck regulations that would severely hurt small business owners in the District. If the outrageous rules pass, food trucks will be illegal in most of downtown DC and the dreams of countless entrepreneurs will be crushed. Food trucks would be banned on all streets marked red:

04/03/2013