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The National Popular Vote plan is one step closer to becoming law in Washington, D.C. Last week, Mayor Adrian Fenty signed the bill, which was approved by the D.C. Council in September. Congress has 30 days to object to the bill.

NPV has long denied that its plan is an end-run around the constitutional amendment process, but now it is taking matters one step further: Amazingly, this progressive movement is pretending to be a federalist, states’ rights organization.  [Post continues at NationalReview.com]

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