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A week after a deadly accident on Metro, leaders meet today to discuss fare hikes

Metro Board of Directors are set to meet today, on their agenda possibly raising bus and rail fares by as much as ten cents. The move if approved is estimated to generate $22 million dollars for the transit agency. Leaders will also look into a proposal to increase rush hour wait times from 6 minutes between trains to 8 minutes. NTSB Officials are also expected to update Metro on what the probe into Mondays accident has revealed so far. There appears to be some concern over the ventilation system and the radio communications the day of the smoke incident at L’Enfant Plaza.

Thousands of Pro Lifers take to the streets of downtown, DC

28 thousand Pro lifers are set to take to the streets today in DC, to mark the 42nd March For Life. The rally starts at Noon at the National Mall. The march begins at 1 on 14 Street and it will end at the U.S. Capitol.

Justice Dept. finds no violations in the Ferguson, Missouri Michael Brown case

The “New York Times” is reporting that the U.S. Justice Department is set to clear Ferguson, Missouri Police Officer Darren Wilson of any wrongdoing in the Michael Brown shooting. The FBI says they found “No” evidence of a crime or a violation of civil rights in the case.

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