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Analysis: Fallout From GSA's 'Out-Of-Control' Vegas Conference

GovExec Editor Tom Shoop talks about the fallout from accusations of improper spending by the General Services Administration 

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Complaints Of Aggressive Bus Driving, Broken Escalators Plague Metro

Metro customers complain of broken escalators, aggressive driving on buses, during a conversation with Metro GM Richard Sarles.

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Embattled D.C. Political Donor Receives Millions In City Contracts

Jeffrey Thompson has not only given hundreds of thousands in campaign donations to the D.C. government; his businesses also gotten hundreds of millions in contracts from the D.C. government over the past decade.

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Three Sites Considered For Potomac Yard Metro

A new Metro stop on the Blue and Yellow lines is being planned for Potomac Yards, but city leaders in Alexandria have to weigh a variety of factors in order to pick from three sites.

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Maryland GOP Primary May Have National Implications

Republican voters in Maryland will get to vote in the primary on Tuesday, and unlike in many other contests in year's passed, as the sparring of a divided field could garner national attention.

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Analysis: Bill Clinton, Martin O'Malley Record Robocalls; Maryland And D.C. Primaries Tuesday

As Maryland and D.C. voters prepare to head to the polls for Tuesday's primaries, Gov. Martin O'Malley and former President Bill Clinton are supporting candidates through robocalls.

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D.C. Voters May Stay Away From Primary After Year Of Scandals

D.C. voters have had their fill of scandals with the D.C. government this year; whether that will affect their desire to vote in tomorrow's D.C. primary remains to be seen. 

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Arlington, Alexandria At A Stalemate On Streetcars

Leaders in Arlington and Alexandria may be on track for a conflict involving a new transit corridor.
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Pimlico Targets Younger Crowd For Preakness

Pimplico's Preakness aims for hipness by including musical performances and the return of Kegasus.
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Maryland To Protect Social Networking Passwords

A bill to ban employers from asking for potential employees' social networking passwords is on its way to O'Malley's desk.

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