Loose Lips

Morning Links

Tommy Wells tries on a Bill de Blasio tactic. [Post]

No, Andy Shallal is de Blasio! [At the Chalk Face]

Vince Gray reports $0 in campaign contributions and expenses. [LL]

Post columnist covers rowdy Washington Teachers Union debate. [Post]

D.C. charters have biggest market share in the country, after Detroit and New Orleans. [Post]

Even footloose bohemians are irrationally afraid of changes to the Height Act. [Housing Complex]

Washington Times gets more on the inspector general's report on the sorry state of DYRS. [Times]

Taxi boss Ron Linton is on the hunt for taxis who illicitly use Square for credit cards. [WAMU]

David Catania's bill to give poor students college money will probably pass its Council hearing today. [Post]

What to do about the affordable housing crunch? [Housing Complex]

D.C. Council hearing on health exchange rescheduled due to "snow" day. [WAMU]

Zoning commission will hold yet another series of hearings on changes. [Post]

District's lawsuit over hotel taxes continues. [WBJ]

Courtland Milloy on the connection between D.C. and Johannesburg. [Post]

Alleged D.C. bank robber busted in Rockville. [Post]

Shaw ice rink won't happen this year. [Post]

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Comments

  1. #1

    "Bohemian" article does not exist.

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