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  • The Washington Times

Activists: Supreme Court's precedent changing rulings could sway courts on right to vote in D.C.

...Curt Levey, president of the Committee for Justice, said he doubts the new arguments will make much difference to the courts.

“It is for good reason that most supporters of D.C. voting rights realize they will need a constitutional amendment — similar to the one that gave D.C. three electoral votes — to achieve their objective,” Mr. Levey said.

Also, nothing in the Constitution defines marriage between one man and one woman, whereas the Constitution authorized a federally controlled capital, he said...


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