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Paul Zukerberg won the fight to put the attorney general’s race on the ballot. Now he has to win the election. [Post]
Planning office issues proposed rules for pop-up houses. [Post]
Shadow Sen. Paul Strauss brokers a meeting between park officials and organizers of canceled Fort Reno concert series. [Arts Desk]
Most of Jeff Thompson‘s document fight remains sealed, but here’s what is public. [LL]
Get a bike, advises map about how to get around D.C. [Housing Complex]
Teacher’s union questions expanded school days plan. [Post]
The State Board of Education race gets down to two candidates. [Blade]
Colby King thinks cop who admitted to child prostitution and child porn charges got too lenient a plea deal. [Post]
Lux Lounge nightclub ordered closed after shooting during All Hands on Deck weekend. [Times]
Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments names a replacement for murdered Ron Kirby. [WBJ]
Fatal shooting in Southwest Friday. [Post]
Capital Bikeshare looks for a more diverse customer base. [Post]
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