Home rule and reorganization in the District of Columbia: Hearings before the Judiciary Subcommittee of the Committee on the District of Columbia, House of Representatives, Eighty-first Congress, first session, on H. R. 28, H. R. 2505, H. R. 4981, and S. 1527, to provide for home rule and reorganziation in the District of Columbia. June 28, 29, July 7, 14, 15, 20, 22, 25, and 27, 1949, Volumes 1-2
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ABERNETHY administration amended American Legion appointed appropriate approval Auchincloss bill authority ballots Board of Education Board of Elections bonds budget candidate Chairman CHAMBERLAIN Charter Referendum Board citizens city of Washington civil service COLLADAY Congress Constitution Court created David Whatley December 31 Delegate Department of Finance Director District Council District government District Manager District of Columbia domiciled employees enacted executive Federal City Federal Government fiscal functions GRAHAM HARRIS hearings hereby abolished hereby transferred home rule House of Representatives joint committee June 30 Kefauver bill legislative proposal Maryland matter Mayor McKELWAY ment municipal National Capital Park national representation O'HARA officer or agency ordinance Park and Planning passed percent person present President Public Library qualified electors question registered resolution right to vote self-government Senator KEFAUVER statement subcommittee subsection suffrage take effect taxes term tion title IX United vacancy voters