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The D.C. government has lost a long-running legal dispute over the overtime costs of firefighters. The settlement could cost the city up to $50 million and hamstring efforts to balance the budget.
The state banned e-cigarette sales to minors three years ago, but the law left some unfinished business, one Democrat says.
Tony Simmons is a former heroin addict and drug runner who had been in and out of jail. Today, he helps many of Baltimore's 3,000 homeless residents — with housing guidance, advice and hugs.
The Metropolitan Police Department has granted its first concealed carry permits, effectively ending the longstanding ban on carrying handguns in public that was deemed unconstitutional by a federal judge last year.
A report on absentee rates in D.C.'s Public Schools' early education programs find that while attendance is improving, as many as a quarter of students missed a month or more of class.
Technology allows Virginia police officers to scan the license plates of passing drivers, but lawmakers want to limit how long they're allowed to hold onto that information.