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This week on Washington City Podcast contributor Fredora Kamara talks about the uncertain future of the historic black golf course Langston, which is facing a bidding war. She talks about its important role in American history and the D.C. community, and how it may change.

Host Will Warren also brings you the latest news from D.C., talking about the mayor’s decision to veto a bill decriminalizing Metro fare evasion and the effects of the ongoing shutdown. 

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Stories in this episode:

Mayor Muriel Bowser Vetoes Bill to Decriminalize Metro Fare Evasion

The D.C. Guide to the 2018-19 Government Shutdown

As Shutdown Stretches On, Despair and Anger Deepens Among Workers

A Historic Black Golf Course Faces Uncertainty as a Bidding War Over Its Future Begins

Music for this episode was by Lee Rosevere and Jahzzar used under the Creative Commons license.