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2015/03/05 15:20
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D.C. Public Works Director William O. Howland Jr. answers reporters’ questions on Feb. 26 after saying the city had fallen behind on garbage collection amid recent snow falls. Howland has been in...
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2015/03/05 03:19
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District Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) discusses a Metro incident that left a woman dead near the L’Enfant Plaza station in January. (Linda Davidson/The Washington Post) A major rift within Metro’s...
2015/03/04 21:36
2015/03/04 21:36
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Cannabis Campaign leader Adam Eidinger promises D.C. officials a public "smoke-in" if they cave to congressional pressure on tax-and-regulate issues. The D.C. Council meeting hadn’t even started yet,...
2015/03/03 23:19
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The D.C. Council on Tuesday unanimously approved a 3 percent pay raise for Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson, increasing her salary to $284,000, the first increase Henderson has received since she...
2015/03/03 18:37
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It turns out that legalizing marijuana was the easy part. At today D.C. Council's breakfast, not-so-mellow councilmembers argued over whether they should provide a congressional committee with the...
2015/03/02 19:10
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WASHINGTON - In an effort to dramatically improve care at District of Columbia hospitals, registered nurses represented by National Nurses United joined with D.C. Council members and community leaders...
2015/03/01 00:19
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D.C. Mayor Muriel E. Bowser listens to residents Saturday at the final stop of a promised listening tour on the city's fiscal priorities. (Aaron C. Davis/The Washington Post) The District’s budget...
2015/02/27 04:19
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During a televised address, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser said that marijuana possession will become legal in the District at 12:01 a.m. Thursday, despite threats from House Republicans. (DCN) After...
2015/02/26 03:36
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I hate taking my phone out on dark streets, but I was hungry. My partner and I had just wrapped up a vigorous karaoke session for a buddy’s birthday at Muzette, and we were late to meet another group...
2015/02/18 23:36
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There’s no controversy over whether the District’s black and Latino boys need help. They score worse on standardized tests than their white counterparts. They’re less likely to attend school, and even...
2015/02/16 06:19
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D.C. could legalize pot as early as Feb. 28, with no regulation or means for legal sale. One D.C. entrepreneur sees financial opportunity in chocolates infused with hemp oil or, eventually, the active...
2015/02/12 02:38
2015/02/12 02:38
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This story is likely to bring new business to an already well-paid lawyer. That’s not what I set out to do, of course. He didn’t pay me to write the story, or pitch it to me. In fact, he won’t even...
2015/02/11 12:46
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We imagined we were in some kind of drug dream Monday at the D.C. Council. Three council committees were set to hold a hearing on how to regulate and tax marijuana once it becomes legal in the...
2015/02/10 04:19
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WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 19: Washngton DC Mayor Muriel Bowser. (Gabriella Demczuk/Getty Images) KNOWING HOW much money you have before you start spending is a good rule, for individuals and for...
2015/02/09 16:22
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District of Columbia considers legalizing sale of recreational pot Sixty-five percent of Washington, D.C. voters approved a ballot measure, Initiative 71, in November that made pot legal for...
2015/02/06 16:20
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WASHINGTON, DC - JAN 28: Many homeless people sleep in the walkway area near the entrance to the McPherson Square metro station. (Michael S. Williamson/The Washington Post) The development offered...
2015/02/06 00:20
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D.C. Council members pressed city officials on Thursday to explain why spending has been frozen on key programs and why warnings of a quarter-billion-dollar budget gap loom less than a week after...
2015/02/05 00:36
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The District has a chance to stop Pepco, the local unreliable power company, from being bought by Exelon, the one power company in the nation that could make the homegrown outfit look good. So where’s...
2015/02/04 23:46
2015/02/04 23:46
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Though the D.C. Street Car system has yet to see a paying passenger, News4 has now learned the entire system -- 39 miles of planned track -- is in jeopardy. Only a fraction of what was initially...
2015/02/03 20:20
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File: Then-D.C. Council member Marion Barry (Michael S. Williamson/The Washington Post) University officials said they had not been consulted on the proposals and council colleagues offered initial...
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