Good morning! Here are our picks for the top stories to start your day and what’s coming up later.
Fairfax County dance fans rose up “Footloose” style after they learned the county government is considering limiting dance floors in restaurants to 150 square feet.
Two former D.C. inspectors have been charged with soliciting and accepting bribes in return for not reporting environmental violations at a Southwest apartment complex then under renovation. The two were arrested in a sting back in August.
Montgomery County school officials are considering banning the distribution of outside groups’ fliers after parents and students complained about a leaflet from an ex-gay group that some found offensive. The group claims gay people can change their sexual orientation.
Coming up later today:
Who’s to blame when a couple moves into a million-dollar house in Prince George’s County and doesn’t make a payment for more than five years? Starting at 1 p.m., you can talk with The Post’s Annys Shin about the story and weigh in with your own thoughts.
Chris Cillizza will be live online at 8 p.m. to discuss the latest election results from the Super Tuesday primaries--including in Virginia--and what they mean for the Republican candidates’ campaigns.