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- The hill in Washington, D.C., on which the Capitol is located, where Congress holds its sessions.
- Culture new contacts on Capitol Hill.
- A neighborhood of Washington, D.C., United States.
- (informal) Congress
- 1975, Ralph de Toledano, Hit & Run: The Rise--And Fall?--Of Ralph Nader, page 120:
- Let me put it this way: The girl in question was no novice to Washington nor to the ways of Capitol Hill.
- 2000, Jeffrey M. Berry, The New Liberalism: The Rising Power of Citizen Groups, page 102:
- At the same time, the failure of conservatives to invest in Capitol Hill lobbying that could be coordinated with their grass-roots efforts represents a strategic misallocation of resources.
- 2005, Yanek Mieczkowski, Gerald Ford and the Challenges of the 1970s, page 62:
- The Ninety-fourth Congress would be emphatically Democratic, and Ford's base of support on Capitol Hill would be narrower and weaker.
- 2007, Alan Greenspan, The Age of Turbulence: Adventures in a New World, page 233:
- I cannot count how many letters I received from Capitol Hill in the 1990s outlining one scheme or another to spend more or tax less
- 2007, John W. Dean, Broken Government: How Republican Rule Destroyed the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Branches, page 30:
- A political reality of Capitol Hill is that the party in control has always taken care of its own and, as the minority sees it, gives them "the shaft."
- A neighborhood of Denver, Colorado, United States.
- A neighborhood of Seattle, Washington, United States.
the hill in Washington, DC
Congress — see Congress