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On Capitol Hill, lawmakers are mounting two separate efforts that call for a closer look into efficiency in the federal government — with one focusing on how the government processes retirement claims and the other looking at how federal employee morale affects the government’s ability to do its job.

Meanwhile, in the District, Democratic voters will soon head to the polls to choose a candidate for November’s mayoral election and it could have implications for the D.C.’s relationship with Congress. David Hawkings, who writes the Hawkings Here column for Roll Call, joins WAMU host Matt McCleskey to discuss the latest news from Capitol Hill and its impact on the Washington region.

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