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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Marie Drissel
"There are very few households with adjusted gross income over $100,000 paying D.C. taxes and a highly paid leader who by law should live here should not get away with paying no state income tax," she said. "This is bad tax policy and bad policy in general."
"There was an initiative by the D.C. Lottery to have Internet gambling in everyone's home and at hot spots throughout the city with no public notice," Ms. Drissel said. "I discovered much to my horror that the person about to change the face of D.C. -- every neighborhood block by block -- lived in Ellicott City, and he said he had no intention of moving."