Washington, D.C. has always stood apart from the rest of the United States, in that its citizens are taxed without representation in the U.S. Congress. And right now, the discussions about Washington D.C. getting statehood are being amplified. What does ‘taxation without representation’ mean? And what are the potential implications of statehood for Washington D.C.? Attorney Ben Barry of Martin, Harding & Mazzotti, LLP discusses these issues and more on WVMT.
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