D.C. Representatives React to Appleseed Report
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D.C. Representatives React to Appleseed Report

D.C. Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton, the city's chief financial officer Natwar M. Gandhi, and D.C. Council Chairman Vincent C. Gray talk about the release of a report by the D.C. Appleseed Foundation, which asserts that despite 11 years of balanced budgets, the District still has a financial structural problem and needs more federal assistance. Video by Hamil Harris/The Washington Post

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