Call the nation's capital home, and for some 200 years you have paid taxes and gone to war for your country but you didn't get a vote in Congress.
Residents of the District of Columbia have chafed over their second-class status, and for nearly a decade many have displayed "taxation without representation" license plates on their cars to signal their outrage.
All that could change with key votes this week in the Senate...
Tuesday, February 24, 2009
Senate to Vote On DC Voting Issue
After two century wait, DC residents may get vote; By JIM ABRAMS; AP; 22 Feb 2009.