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Posted at 07:07 PM ET, 06/18/2012

DeEvening Links: Sometimes you can’t stop at one


Some Ward 6 liquor store might be further encumbered in their ability to meet market demand for relatively small quantities of beer. (Bonnie Jo Mount - WASHINGTON POST)
Three years ago, local legislators banned the sales of single beers in Ward 6 in a bid to reduce neighborhood nuisances like litter, loitering and public urination. How’s effective has that been? The Huffington Post’s Arthur Delaney (disclosure: friend of the blog) looks at the numbers: Open container violations are up. Public urination violations are up. Now an advisory neighborhood commission wants to take things a step further, banning the two-packs and three-packs introduced to comply with the singles ban. Here’s to progress.

In other news:

Looks like Vincent Orange won’t be running for chairman after all (D.C. Wire)

White House makes deal allowing school voucher program to continue (D.C. Wire)

Ted Leonsis makes a personal case for fancy Verizon Center signs (Ted’s Take)

Vincent Gray had jury duty today (Crime Scene, WRC-TV)

Behold “Illinios” Avenue NW (PoP)

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