What state would DC be in?
Maryland. Washington DC is located in the state of Maryland.
I would have to say that the only city that is not in a state is the city of Washington, DC. DC is the District of Columbia, and that is not a state
DC would get Senators and Representatives.
Maryland was an important border state because it surounded DC. If Maryland seeced DC would be surounded by southern states and Lincoln would have no chance.
no its not in a state and its not a state the reason being if it were in a state it would have to follow state laws so its more like a province
DC. The District of Columbia is not part of any state, and uses DC in place of a state.
Is Washington D.C. considered as part of the US when it comes to living in the US for 14 years requirement?
Yes it is. While there are certain restrictions on Washington DC regarding its status as a state(hood), DC is legally part of the United States. DC is literally the capitol of the entire country, rather than being part of a state. Because of the sensitivity of having the capitol of the country in a state, it was decided that DC would not be in ANY state but rather a city without a state. This is… Read More
As far as i know DC is not a state. DC stands for District of Columbia
DC refers to the District of Columbia, which is not a state.
No, DC is a district, not a state
DC has the liability and would pay the benefits, but you could file in either, as there is an interstate agreement where you can file and the place you file contacts the liable state for payment.
Either state, MD would send info to D.C. and D.C. has the liability and would pay the benefit.
Washington DC has never been a state.
Washing DC isn't in a state, it is kind of like it's own state, but a city.
Washington dc is not a state.
Washington DC is technically its own state. It is in the District of Columbia, which is actually what the DC stands for. But outside of the district of Columbia, Washington DC is located in Maryland.
DC is not a part of any state. It is governed by congress. The land making up DC was originally taken from Maryland and Virginia. However, the portion taken from Virginia was returned to Virginia, so if DC was ever ceased to be governed by congress, it would become a part of Maryland. That has been suggested; however, Maryland does not want D. C.
Washington DC is the national capital. Technically, it does not belong to a state. Either way, DC is not a state, so there can be no state capital in it.
Not unless it is part of a proper name. The expression "Washington state" is used to indicate the state instead of the city (Washington DC). It would be capitalized if "Washington State" meant "Washington State University."
No. Washington DC is not in any state.
No, Washington DC is a Federal District. DC stands for the District of Columbia.
DC was designed to be an enclave separate from the controls & laws of a state government, as any one state having the right to apply it's laws to the seat of the federal government would almost certainly lead to undue influence, at least in the eyes of the founders of the union.
The state of Massachusetts has a total of nine representatives in Washington, DC. In addition to the representatives the state has two senators in DC.
The District of Columbia is a federal district, not a state or a city.
Washington isn't a state. It is a city. DC stands for the District of Columbia, in which the city resides.
Wahsington DC is not a US state. The others are.
no it is not a state but Washington is.
It Has No State Bird.
yes it is a state.
If it was in a state, the state would think it was better than the others, and a fight would break out, thats why officials set out some territory for our countries capital, so no one would argue who it belonged to.
No it will not become a state. DC was formed as the capitol of US for that purpose only.
Correct. Washington DC is not a state. It is a federal district (as in District of Columbia - DC).
They play for DC
Because of the 23rd Amendment to the US Constitution. Because regardless of it's population, DC is not a state, and should not have more power than a state. This is why DC gets no more electoral votes than the least enfranchised state. Because Washington, D.C is not a state and if it were a state, then the president would only pass bills that would only benefit Washington, D.C, but since it is not a state… Read More
Washington DC is not in Virginia, it is not in any state. Washington DC is a district of its own.
Washington DC is not in a state.
No, It is not a state. It is the country's capital.
No, it isn't a state. It is a district.
I assume you mean Washington DC. Washington is a state on the west coast. And no, Washington DC is it's own "State".
Washington, DC is not in any state, but it is bordered by Virginia and Maryland. The city is technically called a Federal District.
Washington DC is not a state. It is a city, located within the DISTRICT of COLUMBIA. Hence the initials "DC."
Washington DC isn't in a state. It is a city. DC is the district that Washington is located within.
Washington D.C. is not technically located in any state, as per the intention of its establishment. This is so it would be fair to all states and that no one state would host the capital of the country. It is under the jurisdiction of the Congress and not any state.
Washington DC stands for district of Columbia.
Washington is a state and DC is the capital
Washington, DC is not a state and therefore, does not have a governor.
According to the Constitution, the seat of government can't be in any state. So the District of Columbia is neither a Democratic nor a Republican state because it's not a state at all. If it could be a state, it would be a Democratic one.
Only the state you worked in is liable for paying your unemployment benefits. It is possible to file THROUGH the DC office, but the payments would be from Mass. Your local office will assist you in this.
Washington DC is not a state, it does not have a state song.
Washington DC is not a state.