Tuesday, 13 July 1999 18:49

D.C. Appropriations Bill Protest

Written by The Washington Post
With tape over her mouth to symbolize that DC residents have no voice in government, Karen Szulgit (left) and Anise Jenkins (right) speak out at a rally on the east lawn of the Capitol in protest of the amendments to the DC Appropriations bill. With tape over her mouth to symbolize that DC residents have no voice in government, Karen Szulgit (left) and Anise Jenkins (right) speak out at a rally on the east lawn of the Capitol in protest of the amendments to the DC Appropriations bill. The Washington Post, July 13, 1999
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