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Posted at 09:56 AM ET, 12/13/2011

DeMorning Links: Let’s get direct

Seriously, Spike, could you drop the mayor-for-life a line? I think he, too, is having doubt about this Eddie Murphy casting.

In other news:

Police shoot and kill man in Clay Terrace who was reportedly high on PCP and firing a gun (Post, Homicide Watch)

Can Vincent Gray’s sustainability initiative provide a new vision for his mayoralty? (Post)

What’s in the zoning rewrite (Housing Complex)

Washington Gas agrees to clean up Anacostia riverbank site (Post)

Fort Lincoln Costco development could break ground as soon as next month (DCmud)

Woman convicted in Dupont hit-and-run will stand new trial on more serious charges (Post)

Under ethics legislation, ANCs will be subject to new requirements same as other elected officials (WAMU-FM)

Latest ethics bill tweaks (WaTimes)

Five things you need to know about unemployment in D.C. (DCentric)

Some GU student is about to be in a world of hurt (Dish, Vox Populi)

DCPS cracking down on enrollment fraud (Post)

A Hebrew language charter school? (D.C. Schools Insider)

Where the new bike lanes will be — including L and M streets (DCBAC)

Down with Betty Noel’s PSC nomination (Post editorial)

Woman is told to stop breastfeeding in police headquarters, where, in fact, it is perfectly legal (WTOP)

Charter advocates again raise the funding-disparity alarm (WaTimes)

City wants to switch special-ed transport to smaller vehicles, but court master isn’t sold (WJLA-TV)

Could some special-ed students ride Metro to school instead of a city bus? (Examiner)

The Yards is about to blow up (Capital Business)

Will D.C.’s new high-speed Internet backbone be affordable for the little guy? (DCist)

Hunger strikers move inside (Examiner)

Harry Jaffe loves charter schools — the good ones, anyway (Examiner)

Parking lot owners abandon Yvette Alexander for Tom Brown (Loose Lips)

Which downtown building will land Arnold & Porter? (Capital Business)

D.C. will study replacing Potomac rail bridge (Post)

Adam Clampitt goes deep on infrastructure (HuffPo)

Mary Cheh hailed for her Healthy Schools bill (@timcraigpost)

The Marion Barry movie and WHAT IT ALL MEANS (ThinkProgress)

Jack Johnson is facing disbarment in the District (Legal Times)

Crowdsourcing neighborhood retail (Housing Complex)

We have the best budget hotels! (USA Today)

Justin Bieber was here (Post)

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