Brown’s reform effort gets dissed by editorial as “half-baked.” (Katherine Frey/THE WASHINGTON POST)

In other news:

Protesters plan to Occupy Congress today (AP, WaTimes, Examiner)

Harry Jaffe is not a fan of Ted Leonsis’s Chinatown signs plan: “The Verizon Center is lit up like a Vegas stripper already.” (Examiner)

Man tossed from wheelchair is suing Metro (WTTG-TV)

Chinese television’s new American hub is taking shape on New York Avenue (Post)

Charter-funded report renews complaints about charter schools’ funding relative to DCPS schools (Examiner)

D.C.’s HPAP record: gross mismanagement or tragically misguided optimism? (Housing Complex)

Chevy Chase commerce gets an involuntary makeover (Post)

Still no certainty for Skyland (DCmud)

MLK parade included LGBT groups (Blade)

Loudoun County wants to hold on to Redskins Park (WTOP)

What an old water main looks like (Georgetown Dish)

901 Monroe set for Thursday hearing before Zoning Commission (Examiner)

John Wall speaks up for Uber (DCist)