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David Catania: “I know if I get up every day and do my best and communicate my message, I know I’ll win.” [AP]

Fire chief Kenneth Ellerbe says he can make schedule changes without affecting Shaw service. [Post]

Catania campaign offers Democrats a chance to show their support. [LL]

Today is primary campaigns’ last chance to take down street signs. [WAMU]

Vince Gray administration officials skip Vincent Orange‘s Emancipation Day hearing. [LL]

Insurance questions loom over taxi commission hearing. [WAMU]

Gay marriage complications await nonresident couples who look for a divorce in D.C. [Blade]

Marion Barry: Anacostia streetcar is “the most ill-planned, poorly conceived streetcar in America.” [WBJ]

WPFW’s District politics show moves to 1 p.m. on Thursdays. [Twitter]

Southeast residents testify against CSX rail tunnel at Council hearing. [Post]

Bizarre messaging aside, you don’t have to rush to the DMV and get a new license. [Post]

Books cart service will start in D.C. Jail later this year. [Post]

What the Pepco sale could mean for D.C. [Housing Complex]

A look at the Marriott Marquis [WBJ]

Photo by Darrow Montgomery