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Posts Tagged ‘Anita Bonds’
Vince Gray looks back
D.C. looks ready to elect Bowser and legalize it.
FInally, an LL the mayor-for-life can live with
A wine bar owner should know about truth in labeling.
The Current makes its picks.
Count one more organization confused about how the District's first elected attorney general fits into city politics. The union that represents D.C. Fire and EMS personnel will be sitting out the attorney general's race, according to union president Ed Smith.
“We don’t fully understand the role of the attorney general's role in labor yet," Smith says.
The International [...]
He wants voters to elect Muriel Bowser.
Good news for Democrat Bonds and independent Silverman, less so for the other candidates
In 2013, it was hard to think of an idea more popular with the D.C. Council than Anita Bonds' property tax bill. The legislation, which exempted some senior citizens from property taxes, came as multiple councilmembers ran for re-election or for the mayor's office, then got another boost when a Washington Post investigation found elderly homeowners losing their property in [...]