Councilmember Mary Cheh went public with her objections to the plan.
Posts Tagged ‘Mary Cheh’
Who knows when this thing will get going?
Cheh snows in transit agencies.
LL hands out D.C.’s most coveted holiday presents.
The law passed. Then the wait started.
Who to pick for mayor, D.C. Council, and attorney general—plus, legalize it.
The Ward 3 councilmember wishes the president would be more involved on the District's behalf.
Lawsuits aside, the D.C. Council is two weeks away from its first budget vote of the year. That means it's time for the Council's annual laff extravaganza, a humorous list of budget suggestions from Ward 3 Councilmember Mary Cheh.
This year, the councilmember-turned-insult comic turns her wit on targets including the convenient timing of shadow campaign financier Jeff Thompson's guilty plea:
Provide District newspapers [...]
D.C. police HQ is in such bad shape that Chief Cathy Lanier fears the ceiling will fall on important items. [WBJ]
The Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs wants to spend $4 million on a TurboTax-style website. [WBJ]
Mary Cheh bill would make challenging tickets easier. [WAMU]
Lawyers back D.C. Council in budget autonomy lawsuit. [Legal Times]
Ron Moten talks violence after zoo [...]
Well, that's that. The effort to hold the District's first attorney general election in 2014 per a successful 2010 ballot initiative is over, and the election will be held in 2018.
After stumbling along in an unsuccessful legal fight, the 2014 election's last hope lay in legislation moving the vote to later this year. Now that's done too, [...]