Pro-legalization voters were most concentrated in wards 1 and 2.
Council member Vincent Orange's enthusiasm notwithstanding, it doesn't appear that package will be headed to Capitol Hill intact.
One bill, which would allow animal control officers to use sirens, is dismissed as "far too broad."
Mayor's declaration means warming sites will open across the city on Tuesday night.
Insurers objected to tax on plans not offered through D.C. Health Link.
It approves the first three years of the undergrounding plan and provides for one of two charges that will appear on Pepco bills to finance the work.
The mayor-elect launched eight transition subcommittees Wednesday evening at Gallaudet University.
Muriel E. Bowser invited all comers to her transition offices Monda, and many indeed came.
Bowser began unveiling her transition team Friday at an unfinished Anacostia office building.
Irvin B. Nathan is last in long line of white-shoe litigators to be appointed to head the District's legal office.