DeMorning Links: License plates and handcuffs


Gray and Lanier say the city’s expired-tag policy is open to review. (Jacquelyn Martin/AP)

In other news:

”Private” tax ruling led to $15 million in uncollected taxes (Post)

Saturday’s voting-rights march will be allied with Al Sharpton’s jobs march (Post)

Baltimore contractor’s attorney proposed “settlement” to Gray (Post)

Stigma leads city officials to oppose Superfund designation for Pepco’s Benning plant (Housing Complex)

You want some Metro fare proposals? Alpert’s got some Metro fare proposals (GGW)

Harry Thomas Jr. comes out of his shell (Loose Lips)

Gray would like to see a high school football City Title game back in RFK Stadium (City Paper)

All about Metro’s “special” trains (GGW)

The racial dynamics of construction hiring (Housing Complex)

Council members back office cleaners on the brink of strike (D.C. Wire)

When a new median just isn’t good enough (TBD)

Vehicle that struck and killed Connecticut Avenue pedestrian is registered to Swiss embassy (WTOP)

Jonathan Capehart on Frank Kameny (PostPartisan)

What Kameny meant for federal employees (Federal Eye)

The Blade’s Kameny photo archive (Blade)

Why Metro doesn’t want to add the “National Mall” label to Smithsonian station (Housing Complex)

RFK skate park isn’t going anywhere (City Desk)

Does a movie about the Post belong in a labor-themed film festival? (City Paper)

Ward 4 Wal-Mart lease is signed; opponents still want Council hearings (Cap Biz Blog)

Tommy Wells and The Art of War (@alansuderman)

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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