CITY GOVERNMENT
D.C. Mayor-elect Adrian M. Fenty (D) yesterday named a pair of lawyers with broad backgrounds in social justice to become the District's top legal representatives.
 
THE TRANSITION: Fenty, Gray Move Quickly to Make an Impact (Post, November 9, 2006, Page A49)
 
SCHOOL BOARD: Bobb, Laying Out Bold Plan, Says He Will Fight a Mayoral Takeover (Post, November 9, 2006, Page A49)
 
Democrats Change Leaders (Post, November 9, 2006, Page DZ02)
 
Fenty Trounces Foes in Mayoral Race: Young Democrat Promises Big Changes (Post, November 8, 2006, Page A29)
 
BOARD OF EDUCATION: Bobb Is Chosen to Lead as Schools Face an Uncertain Future (Post, November 8, 2006, Page A37)
 
D.C. COUNCIL: Three Newcomers to Join Board; More Changes Ahead (Post, November 8, 2006, Page A38)
 
Fenty Is Elected City's Fifth Mayor: Democratic Mayor-Elect Promises 'a New Stage' for the District (Post, November 7, 2006; 10:02 PM)
 
POLITICAL RACES: Fenty Vows 'Aggressive' Transition If Elected (Post, November 7, 2006, Page B04)
 
VOTING RIGHTS: Power Elite Lean on Congress to Approve Bill (Post, November 7, 2006, Page B04)
 
WARD 3 COUNCIL RACE: Some Democrats Cross Party Lines Over Development (Post, November 4, 2006, Page B04)
 
Council's Ward 6 Race Marked by Spirited Campaigning (Post, November 3, 2006, Page B01)
 
A Candidate Who Aims to Build Faith in D.C. Schools: Charters, Special-Ed Would Be Scrutinized (Post, November 3, 2006, Page B01)
 
Fenty Offers Inkling of Plan For Schools: Worst Would Be Reconstituted (Post, November 2, 2006, Page B01)
 
D.C. Police Chief Keeps 'Options Open' (Post, November 2, 2006, Page B01)
 
Schools Race Highlights City's Gaps: Lockridge, Challengers Seek Improvements East of the Anacostia (Post, November 2, 2006, Page B01)
 
Fenty, Bobb Get Head Start (Post, November 2, 2006, Page DZ02)
 
Residents Give Possible Schools Takeover Mixed Marks: Parents Want Change, Input Picking Leaders (Post, November 2, 2006, Page DZ03)
 
GOP Feeling Good About District Slate (Post, November 2, 2006, Page DZ03)
 
Statehood Greens Hope To Fill Void (Post, November 2, 2006, Page DZ03)
 
D.C. Mayor Seeks Raise For Successor (Post, November 1, 2006, Page B01)
 
Fenty's Fundraising Continuing Apace: Presumptive Next Mayor Can Shift Money To Party, Nonprofit, Constituent Services (Post, November 1, 2006, Page B02)
 
Seeking 'Fresh Breath of Air' for D.C. Schools: Candidate for Board President Hopes to Put Civil Rights Background to Use (Post, October 31, 2006, Page B01)
 
For Catania, Mellowing With Age, Incumbency (Post, October 29, 2006, Page C01)
 
Board 'Inclined' to Relinquish Monitoring Role: Nov. 13 Vote Set; Cafritz Says University or Nonprofit Group Might Be Asked to Take On Responsibilities (Post, October 29, 2006, Page C05)
 
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