Backing of nurse legislation pays off for Orange; meanwhile, Gray wins more support from city employees.
A year after introduction, nurses' union has not found victory on bid to increase staffing levels.
With Mayor Vincent Gray's announcement, the District joins five states requiring insurers to cover surgery and other therapies.
City officials on Thursday floated reducing marijuana possession penalties to a $25 fine.
Business has hardly been gangbusters in the first three months of the District's medical marijuana industry.
Can a community meeting turn the tide in the ages-old battle against urban rats?
Delayed checks mean another setback for D.C. medical providers, particularly those serving low-income residents.
The new guidance should offer assurance to the District's medical marijuana industry that it can do business without fear of federal raids.
A 51-year-old HIV-positive Northwest resident was first person to purchase legal medical marijuana.
A mayoral aide not authorized to discuss the matter publicly said the injury was a minor strain.