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The skyline of Washington, DC, including the U.S. Capitol building, Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial and National Mall, is seen from the air, January 29, 2010. Could a new law change this view in the next few years? - 

Leaders in Washington D.C. are talking about changing the current height regulations on buildings in the city. The city is famous for having no skyscrapers -- and a building height limit of 130 feet in many places.

But would changing the height restrictions also change the economy in Washington?

Here to talk with us in today's Mid-day Extra is Shalom Baranes, a DC-based architect.

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