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A deal struck in Richmond and failure to strike a deal in Washington have dominated headlines in the D.C. region this week. Meanwhile, the Maryland Public Service Commission makes another effort to improve utility reliability. Washington Post columnist Robert McCartney joins Matt Bush in studio with analysis of the week's top stories, discussing how the Virginia transportation bill affects the legacy of Gov. Bob McDonnell and the race for governor.

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