D.C. poised to get vote in Congress; but what about Guam?

The District of Columbia is akin to Guam in several respects. Both D.C. and Guam are populated primarily by U.S. citizens of minority descent who currently have no voting representation in Congress. The reason: they are not "states"" under the U.S. Constitution . . .

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