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Legalized pot finally gets an opponent in the District. [WAMU]
Sticker mischief strikes the at-large D.C. Council race. [LL]
More on police endorsement of David Catania in mayor’s race [Post]
LL looks at the grim numbers behind American University’s law school. [City Desk]
Ex-mayor Sharon Pratt considers parallels between Ferguson, Missouri and the Mt. Pleasant riots. [WAMU]
Developer WC Smith gobbles up Congress Heights. [Housing Complex]
Suspect arrested, tied to Georgetown sexual assault. [Post]
Ward 8 gets its first bike lanes. [Post]
Neighbors fret over American University’s dorm plans. [Housing Complex]
“Cops and Robbers” run cancelled over Ferguson unrest. [Post]
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