When Congress returns to Washington next week, lawmakers will have to make choices about how to spend the government’s money. Commentator Jack DeGioia — president of Georgetown University — is urging legislators to support research in D.C. and across the country.
Ahead of next year's first-ever election of a D.C. attorney general, the executive director of one D.C. organization says that legislators should reject a plan to curtail the office's authority and staff.
Next year, voters in D.C. will elect an attorney general for the first time. But before that happens, D.C. Attorney General Irv Nathan says structural changes are needed in order for the government to operate effectively.
It's New Year's resolution time and commentator Paul Shapiro, who works with the Humane Society of the United States, wants D.C. residents to consider scaling back meat consumption in 2013 to help protetct the environment.
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