Adam Kurland

Professor of Law, Howard University School of Law

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Professor of Law at the Howard University School of Law

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The  District of Columbia  was carved out of Virginia and Maryland more than 200 years ago in a deal that deprived its residents of a vote in the Congress.

DC Closer to Ending 'Taxation without Representation'

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