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Phil Mendelson is upset the ethics board left Jim Graham’s possible punishment open ended, will propose “some type of disciplinary action” soon. [Post]

Harry Jaffe supremely confident that federal probes won’t find any wrongdoing on Nat Gandhi‘s part. [Examiner]

Vince Gray says he’s “never seen any evidence” of what advocates say is substandard care for homeless at D.C. General. [Post]

Mayor’s office doesn’t like David Catania‘s anti-truancy bill. [Examiner]

Jack Evans celebrates being the longest-serving councilmember. [Post]

Tommy Wells knows who might have your stolen phone. [WJLA]

No mention of D.C. in SOTU, Eleanor Holmes Norton is upset. [Post]

Judge rules MPD violated detective’s First Amendment rights. [Examiner]

“Tremulous” Mendo needs to put a hurtin’ on Graham, Post says. [Post]

Lame idea to force taxi drivers to paint their cars the same color will probably make all of D.C.’s cabs look ugly. [Post]