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Is now the time to end corporate bundling in D.C. politics? (WAMU-FM)

Lanier says AHOD ruling will not stop AHOD (Post)

If you’re looking for a reason to doubt OCF’s probe of Yvette Alexander, here’s some fodder (WaTimes)

Could local GPS tracking case mean “the technological death of the Fourth Amendment”? (Salon)

Whodunit at the Old Post Office Pavilion (WRC-TV)

Hero bus driver! (WJLA-TV)

D.C. is part of Secure Communities whether it wants to be or not (WaTimes)

A new middle school in Palisades? (Examiner)

”Demolition by neglect” claims art deco drugstore at Anacostia’s gateway (GGW)

Meet a hardworking, conscientious ticket writer (Post)

And here’s a parking ticket writer who is less conscientious (Housing Complex)