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Parasites, rashes, and much worse abound at homeless shelter D.C. General. [Post]
Struggling housing complex is at center of alleged political payback by Vince Gray, pulls in Muriel Bowser and David Catania, too. [Post]
Gray faces a near-impossible fight for today’s veto override. [LL]
Mayor claims that current budget would delay the streetcar system until 2045. [Housing Complex]
Company at center of Washington City Paper contracting story kicked out of contracting program for five years. [LL]
Pot-hating Rep. Andy Harris (R-Md.) claims that he wouldn’t try to block D.C.’s marijuana decriminalization if it looked like his own state’s. [WAMU]
Catania introduces legislation aimed at hefty tenant buyout offer. [Housing Complex]
Ex-District lawyer will testify against judge at center of Office of Administrative Hearing ethics case. [Times]
Post columnist Courtland Milloy says he’s doing a “public service.” [City Desk]
DC Water issues the first century-long bonds in U.S. public utility history. [Bloomberg]
Colby King: District ignores “sociopathic” young criminals. [Post]
District cop gets 18 years over sexual assault charge. [Post]
Lawsuit over Options charter school delayed for potential criminal investigation. [Post]
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