Cycling advocates say that 2014 was a banner year in D.C. for the construction of bicycling infrastructure, but worry that the city will lose momentum in 2015 on building a network of protected bike lanes.
Local business groups in D.C. say that Louisiana Senator David Vitter’s investigation into Congress and the city's health insurance exchange could violate the privacy of those who purchased health insurance on the exchange.
The news that Sweet Briar College in Virginia would shutter its doors later this year has not been taken lightly, as alumni and supporters of the women's liberal arts school organize a plan to save it.
Supporters of the Thirsty Kids Act argue that allowing Maryland students to have reusable water bottles in public schools will keep them better hydrated, while opponents say they will simply prove to be a distraction.
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