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DeMorning Links: One D.C. hunger striker persists

Parsons, with girlfriend Meg Walsh, says he’s sticking with his fast. (Jacquelyn Martin/AP)

[UPDATE, 11:15 a.m: The headline has been changed to reflect Parsons’s ongoing fast; he calls to note he will continue at least to Christmas, perhaps beyond.]

In other news:

Taxi drivers aren’t too jazzed about reform package (Post, TBD, WUSA-TV)

Eleanor Holmes Norton gets results: FAA delays DCA construction to reduce late D.C. flyovers (Post)

Two dead in overnight shootings (Post)

Ethics reform, Marion Barry style (Examiner)

Next year’s school closings might end with River Terrace (D.C. Schools Insider)

“What Metro riders obviously don’t want is paying more for public transportation that is no longer safe, cost-efficient or reliable.” (Examiner)

How DPW is preparing for winter (DCist, TBD)

Alley squatter in downtown Anacostia (CHotR)

Universities will kick off “Live Near Your Work” program (RPUS)

Other Union Stations are doing it better (Housing Complex)

Georgia Avenue Wal-Mart begins building permit process in time to avoid green requirements (WBJ)

The considerable obstacles to urban agriculture (Housing Complex)

The value of community schools (Answer Sheet)

Some Petworthers are not happy with their new parking meters (City Desk)

Alleged White House shooter will stay behind bars (Crime Scene)

Public Education Finance Reform Commission meets Wednesday (DCFPI)

How the city can really help people get jobs (NWtoSE)

Gawker scribe swears he really doesn’t hate D.C. (TBD)

What did Fitness Man do to get arrested? (SocialStudiesDC)

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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