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D.C. voters get to weigh in on budget autonomy

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The DC Board of Elections ruled Tuesday that the city's voters can decide whether to allow the District to independently set its budget without congressional approval. Tuesday's decision amounts to a victory for supporters of D.C. independence after a confrontation that pitted city Attorney General Irvin Nathan against the council and the mayor's office. Nathan told the Elections Board on...

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