Legal-weed advocates largely saw the vote as a victory.
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A Council vote this afternoon was a low for legal marijuana advocates.
The provision allows officers to review body-camera footage before writing initial incident reports in most cases.
The legislation would impact campus police, plus require more training for private security.
But a last-minute amendment is not sitting well with some.
D.C. gets big bucks to buy more body cameras for police.
Bowser and Lanier addressed the spike in violent crime in the District, focusing on two incidents that occurred in July.
Will D.C. put a stop to dangerous vehicles on city streets?
A scathing report calls for the closure of the District’s two major correctional facilities. What's next?
The bill would allow employers to run a credit check on an applicant only after a conditional offer of employment is made.
Residents say D.C. police discriminate against black residents.
A number of District schools have Native American-related mascots.
Last week’s Loose Lips column pegged Ward 5 Councilmember Kenyan McDuffie as a formidable potential future mayoral candidate—a nod that earned several hear-hears from readers, and a few side-eyes. “I like how a whopping two years with no ethics scandals or trouble constitutes a ‘sparkling ethical record.’ Standards are just so low for councilmembers,” commented Dave, [...]
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It's hot, it's muggy, summer is near—and that means the 2014 Summer Entertainment Guide has arrived. [...]
In the last three weeks, every household in the Stronghold neighborhood received a flier at their homes with some startling allegations: The rate of pancreatic cancer in the area is suspiciously high, and some residents suspect that it could be tied to their water supply.
Laura Jackson, who has lived in the seven-square-block radius neighborhood that lies [...]