should washington dc be a state

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Yes,Washington D.C. should be a state because people who live in Washington, DC, don't own a voting member of Congress -- just a representative in the House or representation in the Senate. Seven hundred thousand individuals isn't roughly the volume of most states, however it is surely more than the people of both Vermont and Wyoming, and on the same level with Alaska, each of which has two senators and a voting member of Congress.

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