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Pre-enrolled Version of the Constitution approved October 18, 2016 E-mail
On October 18, 2016 when they approved PR 21-0913 (now Resolution 21-621), the D.C. Council amended the constitution approved by the New Columbia Statehood Commission. To see the pre-enrolled version of what they approved read more. Note, the process of copying the constituion to the web caused some changes in indentation. To see it formatted as approved, go to: http://statehood.dc.gov/sites/default/files/dc/sites/statehood/publication/attachments/Pre-enrolled-Constitution.pdf.
D.C. Council Passes Resolution on State Boundary and Constitution E-mail

On October 18, 2016, Washington Post reporters Fenit Nirappil and Aaron C. Davis reported on the D.C. Council's debate that day in the Committee of the Whole and passage in a legislative session the same day of a resolution on the boundary and constitution of the new state consisting of he residential and commercial parts of the District of Columbia. On October 18, 2016, dcist reporter Rachel Kurzius also wrote about the D.C. Council's debate on the constitution and the change in the name of the new state. For details about the Council's action, please read more.

What's the Advisory Referendum on Our Ballot? by David Jonas Bardin E-mail
David Jonas Bardin prepared Qs&As on the advisory referendum on statehood that is on the November 8, 2016 ballot in the District of Columbia.  To read the October 2016 Qs&As, read more.
Second Hearing on Bill 21-826, October 6, 2016 E-mail

The D.C. Council's Committee of the Whole held its second hearing on BIll 21-826, Constitution of the State of New Columbia Approval Amendment Act of 2016, on October 6, 2016. Read more for press coverage of the hearing and copies of some of the testimony.

Boundary Between the Seat of Federal Government and the New State E-mail

The D.C. Council approved Proposed Resolution 21-0913, the "Constitution and Boundaries for the State of New Columbia Approval Resolution of 2016" on October 18, 2016. It contained the following metes and bounds for the boundary between the State of New Columbia and the residual District of Columbia. These metes and bounds replace those approved by the New Columbia Statehood Commission on June 28, 2016 and amended on September 14, 2016.

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