Ward 3's Mary Cheh, who chairs the D.C. Council's Committee on Transportation and the Environment, talks snow prep.
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It seems unlikely that certain proposed regulations will become law.
Foundry United Methodist Church will host an installation representative of modern criminal-justice practices.
The bill would place limitations on the District's use of solitary confinement generally and as means of discipline.
If a Washington Post poll is to be believed, support for D.C. statehood is at a record high: 67 percent of District residents say they want it, up a significant 10 points from just five years ago.
Some of that rise may have to do with the issue getting some national attention in August, when comedian John Oliver [...]
"This reminds me of Civil War surgery," the councilmember said.
Mills is trying to recover what he claims is his lawful share of a multimillion dollar settlement resulting from his lawsuit against school food vendor Chartwells.
"With all this pope stuff I’m hurting too, because it reminds me of what I once had.”
Days after John Oliver's D.C.-statehood segment Sunday night, District residents are rallying to keep the issue on people’s minds.
"We want to make sure that if we cut a tree like that down, it's a last resort."
Chartwells' withdrawal follows a $19.4 million settlement last month of a whistleblower lawsuit brought by a former DCPS food services director.
David Grosso is trying to persuade D.C. lawmakers who have opposed renewing a $32 million food services contract with Chartwells/Thompson Hospitality to withdraw their opposition.
One of the bill's opponents from last year introduced the new version.
The company opposes legislation that would require them to report the number of requests for these vehicles.
UberX and Lyft are closer to being legal.