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Md State Regulators tell leaders the new Regional Medical Center plans need to be downsized…

Regulators in Maryland are telling Prince George’s County leaders planning for a new Regional Medical Center that they need to be scaled back in order to win state approval for construction. Leaders were told to cut $100 (M) from the budget and decrease the number of beds. It looks like the site may not be constructed & open until 2020 instead of next year.

The House plans to vote on a DC Autonomy Bill…

lawmakers in the house plan to vote today on blocking a DC autonomy approved bill. the white house says they will veto any plan that takes away the right of DC leaders to decide on how they spend tax payer money.

Metro will now report all violent crimes the day they happen to the public…

Metro Officials are responding to two cases of violence on the transit system that were not reported to the public. They now say they will report any violent crimes to commuters the same day it happens. On
Monday night a male passenger was robbed and pistol whipped on at the Branch Avenue Station. It went unreported until today. He was treated & later released from the hospital.

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