WASHINGTON (AP) - The
District of Columbia's delegate to Congress says she'll continue to work
with Republican Rep. Darrell Issa on a bill that would give the
district greater control over its municipal budget.
Delegate Eleanor Holmes
Norton and other district leaders rejected a bill that Issa proposed
this week that would allow the district to spend local tax dollars
without congressional approval, among other changes.
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