Loose Lips

Morning Links

David Catania pushes mayoral rival Muriel Bowser to investigate some of her supporters in Park Southern housing complex case. [LLPost]

Council votes overwhelmingly to override Vince Gray's budget veto. [LL, WAMUTimesPost]

Bowser wants to keep things quiet this summer, prep for post-Labor Day breakout. [Post]

National group's mailer help one candidate in today's Ward 8 ed board race—but she says she doesn't want their help. [LL]

Attorney general hopeful Edward "Smitty" Smith launches his campaign with a big crowd. [LL]

Post columnist Petula Dvorak wants the D.C. General homeless shelter shuttered and replaced with smaller shelters. [Post]

But right now, closing it could make the situation even worse. [Housing Complex]

Post ed board wishes the District could have saved money by holding a mail-in race in Ward 8. [Post]

Mary Cheh moves to block controversial Ivy City bus lot with a community center. [Housing Complex]

Lawsuit challenging First Source hiring continues. [WBJ]

Breweries can finally sell pints under new law. [WBJ]

Men protest ban on gay or bisexual blood donations. [Blade]

Insurers back away from restaurant health exchange. [WBJ]

Blaze up, says Post columnist Clinton Yates—let's legalize it. [Post]

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