More novelty legislation

This has to be a joke:

The region's congressional leaders reintroduced legislation Tuesday that seeks to help District of Columbia residents and business owners, who pay some of the nation's highest taxes.

The Fair Federal Compensation Act of 2005 would require Congress to provide the city with an annual $800 million federal contribution - adjusted for inflation - dedicated to infrastructure improvements.
Sorry, D.C. The likelihood Congress will pass this is zero. They need to use that money to buy the FBI a computer network that doesn't actually work. (Again.) I don't know how to say this, but... They're Just Not That Into You.

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