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Guam_Guard_with_Son.jpgAs an American, you should have equal rights, wherever you live.  That means equal citizenship, equal constitutional rights, and equal representation, whether you live in a territory, DC, or a state.

Do you have a story to share about how you or someone you know has been treated as a second-class citizen because of where you live?  How has it made you feel?

Your story has the power to help bring about change.  We would love to hear from you.  

Tell us what you think of Americans in the territories and DC being treated as second-class citizens.

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