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New Columbia Admission Act report together with minority and additional dissenting views, to accompany H.R. 51, including cost estimate of the Congressional Budget Office. by United States. Congress. House. Committee on the District of Columbia.

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in [Washington, D.C.? .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • New Columbia.,
  • Washington (D.C.)

Subjects:

  • Statehood (American politics),
  • Constitutional law -- Washington (D.C.),
  • New Columbia.

Book details:

Edition Notes

SeriesReport / 103d Congress, 1st session, House of Representatives ;, 103-371
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKF32 .D5 1993
The Physical Object
Pagination162 p. :
Number of Pages162
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1151287M
LC Control Number94125467

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New Columbia Admission Act Sets forth procedures for admission into the United States of the state of New Columbia. Requires the Mayor of the District of Columbia to: (1) submit to the eligible voters propositions for statehood and adoption of a State Constitution, and (2) issue a proclamation for the first elections to Congress of two Senators and one Representative of New Columbia. New Columbia Admission Act: report together with minority, additional, and dissenting views (to accompany H.R. ) (including cost estimate of the Congressional Budget Office). (Book, ) [happylifekennel.com] Get this from a library! The New Columbia Admission Act sets forth procedures for admission into the United States of the state of New Columbia! Requires the Mayor of the District of Columbia to: (1) submit to the eligible voters propositions for statehood and adoption of a State Constitution; and (2) issue a proclamation for the first elections to. Apr 24,  ·  The New Columbia Admission Act,  H.R.  and  S. , would formally change this by making the District of Columbia an official state named New Columbia. Currently, not only does the District of Columbia.

Sep 11,  · The New Columbia Admission Act, H.R. and S. , would formally change this by making the District of Columbia an official state named New Columbia. Currently, not only does the District of Columbia have no voting members of the House or Senate, but its budget and laws are all subject to congressional approval, a lack of autonomy that no other state shares. Sep 18,  · To provide for the admission of the State of New Columbia into the Union. The bill’s titles are written by its sponsor. Sponsor and status. Sep 15,  · I am vice president for legal affairs at the Cato Institute and director of Cato’s Center for Constitutional Studies. the New Columbia Admission Act of , which proposes the admission of. Discover just some of the hundreds of opportunities to work closely with Columbia Engineering faculty in their labs. Self-Guided Walking Tour (pdf, 1MB) Visitors are welcome to use this guide to explore any of the outdoor green spaces on campus.

program include an item entitled “Admission of the State of New Columbia” which says “NARFE supports statehood for the residential and commercial parts of the current District of Columbia and urges Congress to approve the New Columbia Admission Act.”. Oct 14,  · “Opening Statement of Chairman Tom Carper: Equality for the District of Columbia: Discussing the Implications of S. , the New Columbia Admission Act of ” — Sen. Thomas Carper [D-DE] (Sponsor) on Sep 15, “Norton Statehood Testimony Says D.C. is . Keep up with DC Statehood Bill News! Known officially as the State of Washington, DC Admission Act, the legislation from DC Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton (HR 51 in the House) has been reintroduced in the new Congress with a record cosponsors.A companion bill from Sen. Tom Carper (DE) -- S. --has been reintroduced in the Senate with a record 36 cosponsors. Oct 24,  · The bill he introduced, S , the “New Columbia Admission Act” would reduce the federal District of Columbia to an enclave of land including the National Mall, the White House, the Capitol, the Supreme Court and the Kennedy Center while the remainder of the city would become the country’s 51st state, with full voting rights in Congress.