[...] the District of Columbia is currently represented in the House of Representatives not by a member of Congress, but instead by an elected delegate who can participate in debate and vote in committee but cannot vote on the House floor.
D.C. Vote in Congress Clearly Not Constitutional Candice Miller Human Events; Apr 26, 2010; 66, 15; Docstoc pg. 1 Reproduced with permission of the copyrig
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