In the News @ Noon

The House now needs to sign off on a bill to avert a Gov’t shutdown…

Tomorrow lawmakers in the house are expected to vote on a interim spending bill approved yesterday by the Senate –that will keep the Government running through mid December. Sources close expect the house to follow suit.

3K Prince George’s County students face being kick out of school…

Tomorrow is the deadline for over 3,000 students in Prince George’s County to show that they are up to date on all there shots –or they will not be allowed to return to school on Wednesday. The shocking admission has resulted in the County’s Health Department Director being placed on temporary leave.

Mayor Bowser has an immediate plan to deal with the cities ambulance shortage…

DC Mayor Bowser is expected to present the City Council with a proposal to bring in a private company to provide 20 ambulance to service non emergency calls. There’s no word on what this pilot program, if approved, would cost the city, but it is in response to the city’s ambulance shortage.

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