Loose Lips is Washington City Paper‘s flagship political column, covering all things D.C. politics. Here you will find stories about the D.C. Council, local politicians, the mayor, attorney general, ANCs, elections, government agencies, and more.
Bowser’s crime bill draws cheers and jeers, a neighborhood group wants to designate Chevy Chase as a historic district, and graffiti cliffs was fenced off, and people are mad.
Nadeau wants to move some 911 dispatches to the fire department, the feds are selling off the vacant Webster School, and Kelvin Brown is running in Ward 7.
DCPS officials won’t meet the teachers union at the bargaining table, the downtown BID is begging Metro to delay Red Line shutdown, and unhoused people have few good options during snowy weather.
Ed Hanlon believes Pinto improperly mixed Council and campaign business, filing complaints just as her reelection bid heats up.
Apartment fire displaces families receiving housing assistance, bill seeks to close some streets to cars, and how will the new Marion Barry Avenue honor its namesake?