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Discussing D.C. Statehood with Professor Paul Frymer

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In the aftermath of the Jan. 6 Capitol riots, Democrats began citing the slow response by the D.C. National Guard as a new argument for D.C. Statehood. Earlier this month, Daybreak's Jack Anderson sat down with Princeton politics professor Paul Frymer to discuss the D.C. statehood movement — why it’s important, what precedent it has, and what chance it stands in Congress.

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