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  • Jim Graham Didn’t Reject a Bribe, He Rejected Goodwill
  • Good morning sweet readers! Not only did the Cowboys win last night, but they did so with class—graciously declining to score any touchdowns against the outmatched Redskins defense. News time:

    We’re Number Last: The D.C. region, are you ready for this, has the worst traffic in the country, a new study finds. The average commuter spends 74 hours a year stuck in traffic. Seems like the only logical solution is to build more roads, right smart growthers? Wait, what?

    AFTER THE JUMP: Spare $700,000;  RIP Panetta; Let’s borrow!

    Wanted: $700,000: That’s how much is needed to keep the D.C. Economic Partnership’s door opens. The non-profit “manages the District’s massive presence at the International Conference of Shopping Centers in Las Vegas, provides site location assistance, organizes networking events and serves as an information clearinghouse,” reports the WBJ. Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans wants to city to cough up the cash to keep the partnership alive. Sounds like the mayor’s office isn’t as gung-ho.

    RIP Mike Panetta: D.C. Shadow Rep. Mike Panetta says he won’t run for re-election next year and is supporting his former rival, Nate Bennett-Fleming. “Three terms for an unpaid job is enough,” says Panetta, who also took to Twitter to let people know that he’s still got another year and change left on his last term.

    In Other News: Ward 8 Councilmember Marion Barry‘s son to be sentenced on drug charge. Chuck Thiesmessage to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder: Arrest Council Chairman Kwame “Fully Loaded” Brown and/or Ward 5 Councilmember Harry Thomas Jr. so as not to embarrass the president. D.C. issues 10,000 tickets to drivers on cell phones. Developer Jair Lynch moves in on H Street.  CFO Nat Gandhi buys $1.3 million apartment. “The District of Columbia may borrow the most in its history at a record-low cost today,” reports Freeman Klopott. Post follows up on Bellvue library name controversy. District too frequently taking away kids from their families and putting them in foster, study finds.

    Gray sked: Helping Hands Anti-Violence Program PSA Taping at 9:30 a.m; National Gay Man’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Proclamation at 11 a.m.

    Council sked: Middle school roundtable at 10 a.m.; Taxi issues at 10:30 a.m.