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April 12, 2012

Politicians are spitballing more skyline diversity. (Toni L. Sandys/The Washington Post)

In other news:

The cold, hard math of D.C.’s Emancipation Day (Post)

“Hot cars,” quantified (Examiner)

Staind’s Aaron Lewis sports a banned DCFD T-shirt in new video (STATter911)

Some 5,000 ballots will be counted Friday to decide the at-large council race (WTOP)

“Who will rescue the D.C. voucher program this time?” (Post editorial)

Accused shooter in South Capitol Street shootings says it wasn’t him (Post)

National Coalition to Save Our Mall chairwoman: Ike memorial betrays the L’Enfant and McMillan plans (Post letter)

Protective Services chief says he was fired for bogus reasons (City Paper)

More on D.C. Council opposition to furlough repayments (Examiner)

Proselytizing Metro operator? Merely a “non-standard announcement” (DCist)

DCPS’s “Proving What’s Possible” grants offer up to $400,000 to schools in need of help (D.C. Schools Insider, Examiner)

Ex-police officer who lied about witnessing murder pleads guilty (WTTG-TV)

Ex-probation officer convicted of giving fake alibi for gun-toting boyfriend (Crime Scene)

Greater Greater Ward 5 candidate: Kenyan McDuffie (GGW)

McDuffie’s hoping early endorsements set him apart (WaTimes)

Peter Rosenstein explains last week’s low-but-average turnout (Blade)

What federal cuts could mean for key social programs D.C. families rely on (Poverty & Policy)

In green buildings, we’re No. 2! (EnergyStar)

Streetcar update meeting tonight (AP)

Fatal shooting Wednesday evening in Kingman Park (Crime Scene)

Suspected meth lab raided in Adams Morgan/Lanier Heights (Crime Scene)

JBG abandons hotel for 13th and U site (Borderstan)

Adios again, Shotty (All We Can Eat)

Special investigation: Why does Teddy always lose? (WTOP)

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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