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Posted at 08:19 PM ET, 02/21/2012

DeEvening Links: Watch your mouths

Catania reportedly called Barry a “despicable human being.” (Bill O'Leary - WASHINGTON POST)
It’s official: D.C. Council members must now “treat other members with dignity and respect and refrain from using profane, indecent or abusive language” during public meetings. But member David A. Catania (I-At Large), whose verbal tussle with Marion Barry (D-Ward 8) prompted the rule change, has no regrets: “I meant every word I said,” he told the Post’s Tim Craig. He added, speaking of the council: “It’s devolving into a place I don’t like.”

In other news:

Vincent Gray and Eleanor Holmes Norton object to abortion bill on autonomy grounds (D.C. Wire)

What GWU law professor John Banzhaf is now up to: challenging the use of “Redskins” in broadcasts (WTOP)

What was up with the lighting at Marion Barry’s campaign kickoff? (City Paper, TBD)

Moral of the story: If you have a problem with government, bombard important people with e-mails (Arts Desk)

This release almost makes me want to move out of the neighborhood (City Desk)

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