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The District of Columbia is difficult to locate on the Corporate States of America, but infographic creator Steve Lovelace calls himself a "completionist" and includes it on his website. To represent the nation's capital, he chose C-SPAN. "I thought it still represented the politics and as D.C. as a separate district," he says. (steve-lovelace.com)

The District of Columbia is difficult to locate on the Corporate States of America, but infographic creator Steve Lovelace calls himself a "completionist" and includes it on his website. To represent the nation's capital, he chose C-SPAN. "I thought it still represented the politics and as D.C. as a separate district," he says. (steve-lovelace.com)

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