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Early Release Sought For Rayful Edmond

Federal prosecutors have asked that the life sentence for former DC drug kingpin Rayful Edmond be reduced. The government says Edmond’s assistance as a government informant is the reason they have suggested a reduction in his sentence.

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New Archbishop Of Washington

Wilton Gregory installed as the new archbishop of Washington. Gregory replaces Cardinal Donald Wuerl.

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Graduation Gift In The Millions For New Morehouse Grads

School debt will be cleared for Morehouse students. Billionaire Robert Smith pledge over 40-million dollars to pay off school debt for those who graduated on Sunday from the historically black college.

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Former White House Counsel Will Not Testify

The Justice Department says that former White House counsel Don McGhan does not have to testify before the Democrat controlled House Judiciary Committee.

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Maryland Raises Age To Buy Tobacco Products

Come October you will have to be 21-years-old to buy tobacco products in Maryland. Governor Larry Hogan signed the legislation into law on Monday.

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Sink Hole Prolongs Delays On GW Parkway

Traffic to be diverted, for another day, on a section of George Washington Memorial Parkway. A ten-foot sink hole the cause.

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JEFFERSON DAVIS HIGHWAY NAME CHANGE

The Arlington County Board has decided to change the name of Jefferson Davis Highway. Now, Virginia’s Transportation Board will make the final decision.

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BALTIMORE MAYOR TO SICK TO RESIGN?

The attorney for the mayor of Baltimore says she is not lucid and could not make a decision to resign at this time. Catherine Pugh has been on paid sick leave since April 1st. She is being investigated for possible improper deals with companies with business ties with the city of Baltimore.

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TWO VIE TO BE MARYLAND’S NEXT SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE

The race for Maryland’s Speaker of the House is now between Dereck Davis of Prince George’s County and Maggie McIntosh of Baltimore City. Delegate Adrienne Jones dropped out of the race to support Davis, who, like Jones, is African American.

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FLORIDA’S CONVICTED FELONS MUST PAY TO VOTE

Lawmakers in Florida have passed legislation that requires people convicted of felonies in the state to pay all monies connected to their sentencing before they are allowed to vote.

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