Adam Kurland

Professor of Law, Howard University School of Law

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Professor of Law at the Howard University School of Law

Adam Kurland on KCRW

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'

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.

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