WASHINGTON -- A leading co-sponsor of legislation to provide the District of Columbia with a preditable annual federal payment said Friday that the House of Representatives will approve the measure by "a considerable margin" when it votes on the matter tomorrow.

"In the House, it's pretty well taken care of," Rep. Thomas J. Bliley Jr. of Virginia, the ranking Republican on the House District of Columbia Committee, said in an interview.

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