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Sixty-three percent of polled D.C. residents back pot legalization. [Post]

Vince Gray signs bill for an $11.50 minimum wage. [Post, Housing ComplexWBJ, WAMU]

Vincent Orange told to “lean on” D.C. Council colleagues on bill, asks lobbyist for Jeff Thompson advice. [LL]

Sixty-one percent of Washingtonians want to keep the Height Act how it is. [Post]

Surprising demographic numbers in the Washington Post mayoral poll [LL]

Fine for pot possession drops to $25 in pot decriminalization bill. [WAMUWTOPLLTimes]

Andy Shallal‘s endorsed by the best The Wire writer. [LL]

Judge keeps WUSA 9 anchor J.C. Hayward on charter school lawsuit. [Post]

Post ed board: District should consider runoffs or instant runoff voting in mayor’s race. [Post]

Cops find elementary school burglary suspects. [Post]

Michelle Rhee gets a chilly reception on Twitter. [Post]

Incumbents angle for gay vote. [Blade]

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