Loose Lips

Morning Links

The FBI will definitely leave D.C. [City DeskPost, WTOPTimes, WBJ]

Disgraced councilmembers Michael Brown and Harry Thomas Jr. will share a prison. [LL]

Muriel Bowser, who said she wouldn't debate until the mayoral ballot is set, now says she'll wait longer. [LL]

Judge issues a three-month stay on gun carry ruling. [Times, WAMUPost]

Post ed board says it's time for gun carry legislation. [Post]

Vince Gray signs ban on styrofoam containers. [Post]

Ward 6 councilmember Tommy Wells' office creates gun-free signs for businesses. [Post]

Zoning commission won't make a decision yet on McMillan development. [City Desk]

WJLA general manager gets the boot ahead of station's sale. [City Desk]

Photo by Darrow Montgomery

  • S.E.

    "Standing near the shoreline of the Anacostia River, Gray said the ban is another step towards making the river “swimmable, fishable. I know that sounds like a distant goal, an unrealistic goal, but we’re going to make it.”

    I thought the Bag Tax was for "cleaning up the Anacostia river"

    http://green.dc.gov/bags

  • Tight Lips

    @S.E I think Gray is just trying to find something he can attach himself to so he can say that he helped his community.

    His legacy is blowing in the wind as of right now.

  • cminus

    The bag tax was one step towards cleaning up the Anacostia. A ban on polystyrene clamshell containers is another step, like Gray said.

  • Roscoe’s Wetsuit

    Ah, Vince. One City started out with such ambitious goals, and concludes with... polystyrene bans. In with a bang, out with a whisper, amirite?!

    One City, still some punchlines in the waning days.

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