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How is the DC Superior Court addressing the city’s deadly gun violence?
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District Mayor Muriel Bowser is rolling back more COVID restrictions May 21st. That means dancing at weddings can resume.
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D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser is moving to clamp down on the violence that has been gripping the city in recent months. City officials today rolled out a plan to target specific areas with wrap around services and enforcement during the summer months.
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64-year-old Mercia Bowser died from complications of the coronavirus.
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39-thousand people did not get any of the money they were supposed to get last week.
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Maryland and Virginia are not included in the hotspot quarantine order.
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DC opens cooling centers for those who have no air conditioning
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City-operated parks and recreation centers will open for passive recreation activities but contact sports such as football, soccer or basketball will not be allowed.
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DC Mayor Muriel Bowser received a letter from Charles Allen, Mary Cheh and Brianne Nadeau making the request.
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Bowser has the authority to extend the stay-at-home order beyond June 8th or to shorten it between now and then.
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Reporters and analysts dissect the top stories of the week.
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Schools will also close three weeks early on May 29th.
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They order keeps in place all restrictions for non-essential businesses, public gatherings and the stay-at-home order.
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States are expected to receive at least $1.25 billion once the bill passes and is signed by President Trump. DC will only get $500 million.
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DC Mayor says 137 coronavirus cases have been confirmed so far.
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“I want her to have friends in the neighborhood; I want her to be close to home, and if that school is right for her, that is probably where she is going.”
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Bowser Slams Trump Admin Over Climate Accord
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The diaper tax repeal was made possible by a $4.5 million investment in the Mayor’s Fiscal Year 2020 budget, along with the support of Councilmember Bonds.
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Bowser Says Trump’s Salute Emptied Security Fund
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