Posts Tagged ‘Muriel Bowser’

Bowser Kicks Off Expanded Summer Jobs Program

The mayor says older participants are "really in need of some direction and a chance.”

District Line Daily: Pot Deal

Before she was elected mayor, Muriel Bowser struck a deal with the city's marijuana advocates to keep legalization low-key.

District Line Daily: Major Development Projects in Flux

The Bowser administration is reviewing her predecessor's selection of developers and new requirements for affordable housing.

District Line Daily: Bowser Defends Firefighters After Metro Incident

"What we know less about is that time between when our firefighters arrived there and ... when they were able to get to the train itself," she told Fox 5.

District Line Daily: Investigation Into Fire Department Response Begins

Bowser said the response time seemed "customary."

District Line Daily: Bike Legislation Returns

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

District Line Daily: Bowser Goes National

The new mayor was on Meet the Press on Sunday.

Tommy Wells Will Run D.C.’s Department of the Environment (Livably and Walkably)

The soon-to-be-former Ward 6 councilmember and one-time rival gets appointed by Mayor-Elect Muriel Bowser.

District Line Daily: Bowser’s Council Record

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Mayoral candidate and Ward 4 Councilmember Muriel Bowser has been the primary author on hundreds of bills, but [...]

District Line Daily: Plan C

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Mayoral candidate—and ex-Republican—David Catania had once hoped to face the embattled Mayor Vince Gray in November's general election. Gray lost the [...]

District Line Daily: The City’s Report Card

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Students' results from the District's annual standardized tests contained some unsettling data points, including that the city's [...]

District Line Daily: Carrying Pot Is About to Get Cheaper

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D.C.'s marijuana decriminalization law goes into effect tomorrow, making the fine for carrying pot less [...]

District Line Daily: Bowser’s Boring Campaign

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Democratic mayoral nominee Muriel Bowser is the only Democrat running in a heavily Democratic city. But [...]

District Line Daily: On A Roll

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The D.C. Cannabis Campaign says it has collected twice the number of required signatures to [...]

District Line Daily: The Food Issue

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For this year’s Food Issue, we’ve rounded up spots to satisfy your stomach every hour [...]

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