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Vince Gray says he’d have voted for the D.C. Council’s Pigskins resolution if he was still on the dais. [Post]

More on the campaign finance bill, which passed its first Council vote Tuesday. [WAMU]

Should the District be investing in restaurants? [Young & Hungry]

Backed by Teamsters, cabbies sue over modernization rules. [Washingtonian]

Would-be gun march organizer Adam Kokesh admits loading a shotgun in Freedom Plaza. [Times]

Jim Graham wants Zoning Commission to crack down on pop-up building growth, isn’t clear whether they can. [Housing Complex]

Options charter, at the center of alleged self-dealing scandal, is running a million dollar deficit. [Post]

No middle ground on Height Act, says WCP‘s Aaron Wiener. [Housing Complex]

Four people shot outside Payless shoe store. [NBC 4]

Whole Foods announces plan for H Street store, sparks gentrification panic. [Housing Complex]

And inspires a PoPville post from the future. [City Desk]

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