DeMorning Links: Let your D.C. flag fly


One city under three mullets and two bars. (Jacquelyn Martin/ASSOCIATED PRESS)

In other news:

All hail D.C. Council Chairman Phil Mendelson (Post, AP, WBJ, WaTimes, WRC-TV, WUSA-TV, WTTG-TV, HuffPo)

In praise of airing dirty laundry: “[T]he open airing of disagreement was a reassuring sign of lawmakers showing they had nothing to hide.” (Post editorial)

”Family Matters” star could be targeted in federal investigation of Harry Thomas Jr. graft (Loose Lips)

There’s good reasons why escalators leading to a closed entrance are still running inside Dupont Circle station. (Post)

Resident: “Look at what is happening on [H Street NE] and look at all of those Republicans in the U.S. Congress. Everything is connected.” (Informer)

Marion Barry is still being Marion Barry (Examiner, Washingtonian)

Vince Gray is rather pleased at Mendo’s ascension (Loose Lips)

In search of a “Do-Right” man in city government (The Root DC)

Vague DCPS “barring” policy raises concerns (Hill Rag)

Lobbyists David Wilmot and Chip Glasgow recently threw fundraisers for Kenyan McDuffie (WaTimes)

GSA is not playing along with congressman’s plan to expand National Gallery of Art (Capital Business)

POTUS had lunch at Kenny’s BBQ near Stanton Park (Post video)

Whither Anacostia’s “Big K” homes? (GGW, GGW)

Office of Campaign Finance continues to probe Vincent Orange donations (Loose Lips)

Why D.C. pedestrians get hurt (TBD)

Toward a better way of matching charter schools with facilities (Housing Complex)

D.C. Auditor: Small-business agency didn’t spend enough on small businesses (Examiner)

In DCPS, there are no failed programs (D.C. Schools Insider)

Occupy protesters go to court (WaTimes)

Rally today in defense of First Source (WTOP)

”Money-back guarantee” — aka clawbacks — needed in LivingSocial deal (DCFPI)

New York Avenue speed camera is the city’s most active (WJLA-TV)

Gray’s big China trip remains a go (Examiner)

Infant critically hurt in Kenilworth Avenue hit-and-run (Crime Scene)

Mike DeBonis covers Congress and national politics for The Washington Post. He previously covered D.C. politics and government from 2007 to 2015.

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