WASHINGTON (AP) -- Advocates who want the District of Columbia to have a voting member of Congress plan to plead their case on Capitol Hill.
The group D.C. Vote says members will be on the Hill on Monday. Group members will be dropping off post cards from residents who support a bill that would give the city voting representation.
The Senate passed a bill granting D.C. a voting member of Congress in February but senators added a gun amendment that some residents don't like. The bill still hasn't been voted on in the House.