Mayor Fenty Races Through First 100 Days
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Mayor Fenty Races Through First 100 Days

Mayor Adrian Fenty has packed his first 100 days of his administration with a plan to take over the school system, to improve social services as well as to meet the needs of District residents. Some critics say that his agenda may be overly ambitious and he should stay focused on the community.Video by Ben de la Cruz/post.com and David Nakamura/The Post

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