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Morning Links

Chances look slim of nine councilmembers voting to override a mayoral veto of the living wage bill. [Post]

Some cabbies can wait another month, until Sept. 30, to install credit card readers. [WAMUPost]

The head of the Department of Health's HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, STD and Tuberculosis Administration was fired, sources say. [Blade]

Is D.C.'s medical pot too pricey? [Post]

D.C. United stadium deal isn't bad for the city...so far. [City Desk]

City picks Barry Farm developers. [Housing Complex]

New crosswalk signals intervals give pedestrians more time. [Post]

Tom Sherwood cuts Gray out of stadium coverage: "It's not personal; it's business." [NBC 4]