Posts Tagged ‘Mary Cheh’

District Line Daily: Bike Legislation Returns

One of the bill's opponents from last year introduced the new version.

Uber’s Next Fight With the D.C. Council? A Wheelchair-Accessibility Bill

The company opposes legislation that would require them to report the number of requests for these vehicles.

Uber Celebrates Passage of Rideshare Legislation

UberX and Lyft are closer to being legal.

Cab Drivers Honk and Block Traffic to Protest Bill Regulating UberX and Lyft

But are the cabbies hurting their own cause?

Cheh to Introduce Legislation that Would Legalize, Regulate UberX

But cabs say the bill doesn't do enough to level the playing field.

District Line Daily: D.C.’s Biking Twits

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D.C. cyclists are nastier than a motorcycle gang, according to Post columnist Courtland Milloy. Bicycling "terrorists," he somewhat [...]

District Line Daily: Bowser Wants to Keep Henderson

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If elected mayor, Democratic mayoral nominee Muriel Bowser says she would keep Chancellor Kaya Henderson as the head of [...]

District Line Daily: House of Disregards

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Maryland legislation that would provide millions of dollars in additional requested tax credits to keep [...]

Who to Vote for (and Who Not to Vote for) in D.C.’s 2014 Democratic Primary

Another election, another set of would-be leaders who mostly seem determined to test just how willing District voters are to keep showing up and voting no matter how lousy their choices are.
What better explanation is there for the field that confronts D.C. Democrats? Four of 13 members of the D.C. Council are seeking the nomination [...]

District Line Daily: Young and Voteless

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D.C.'s booming population of young professionals has the opportunity to sway the upcoming mayoral primary. [...]

Reported Assaults Raise Questions of Security at DPR Facilities

In the wake of reported sexual assaults at the Wilson Aquatic Center in Tenleytown, a D.C. council oversight hearing today focused on what security and managerial lapses allowed the alleged attacks to occur and why it took so long for the Department of Parks and Recreation to communicate with the public about the attacks.
Police are [...]

District Line Daily: Housing Prey

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A Washington Post investigation found that the D.C. government has auctioned off tax liens for decades, resulting [...]

District Line Daily: And Stay Out!

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Rives Miller Grogan, the tree-climbing protester who tried to shout down the inauguration, has been banned [...]

District Line Daily: Camera Cash

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The District's ubiquitous traffic cams are paying off. Speed camera revenue more than doubled in 2012 [...]

#VoteDCTaxi: None of the Above

Mayor Vince Gray unveiled four of the nine proposed taxi color schemes yesterday, and the reaction has been tepid at best. Councilmember Mary Cheh, whose bill mandating a uniform taxi color scheme is the whole reason we're having this debate, sounded like a scientist discovering her misshapen experiments, telling the Post that she thought that [...]

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