WASHINGTON - A petition on the White House website urges President Barack Obama to put the D.C. "taxation without representation" license plate on the presidential limo.
Now, two members of the D.C. Council are meeting with White House officials to discuss that very issue.
D.C. Council Chairman Phil Mendelson signed a resolution about the license plate Friday morning that will be given to Obama. He and Councilmember Mary Cheh then drove two blocks to meet with White House staffers.
Cheh says she and Mendelson drove to the White House from City Hall to "avoid being followed by a trail of people."
Cheh says she doesn't expect to get an answer from the White House today.
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