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DeMorning Links: Just can’t win?

Gray, at his One City Summit last month. (Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post)

In other news:

Campaign money man Jeff Thompson and Gray campaign consultant Jeanne Clarke Harris raided — where does this investigation go next? (Post, WUSA-TV, Loose Lips, WJLA-TV, WAMU-FM, D.C. Wire, Examiner, WaTimes, WRC-TV)

If Gray’s letter questioning the latest revenue projections was meant “to give the public more confidence in the numbers ... it likely had the opposite effect.” (Post editorial)

Deanwood station is Metro’s most dangerous (WTOP)

Girl, 11, describes bus attack at hands of teen (WTTG-TV)

Yvette Alexander explains her opposition to medical marijuana center in her ward (WaTimes)

City inspectors likely to plead guilty to accepting bribes (Post)

Gray says he will support cash infusion to finance UMC overhaul (WBJ)

Public Service Commission will investigate Pepco’s role in 911 outage Saturday (WTOP)

Gunmen hold Northeast couple hostage in robbery (WJLA-TV)

UDC hoops team is dancing (

Antoine Jones, at center of landmark Supreme Court decision, will get new trial on drug-trafficking charges (Examiner)

Effort to remake Florida Avenue Market into “Union Market” kicks off with $200-a-head gastrofest (Capital Business)

Two years after South Capitol Street, a “carrot” and “stick” approach to juvenile justice (Examiner)

D.C. Trans Coalition is really not happy with Cathy Lanier (Metro Weekly)

Raul Fernandez takes over for the late Joe Robert in leading his youth charity (Reliable Source)

Delays on street project vex Georgetowners (Patch)

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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