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DeMorning Links: Obviously not a regional issue

McDonnell hints government should pay to get Nationals customers home. (Nikki Kahn/PHOTO BY NIKKI KAHN/THE WASHINGTON POST)

In other news:

D.C. Council tries to figure out what to do with Uber (WaTimes, WRC-TV, Examiner, City Paper, GGW)

Big win for D.C. in online-travel tax dispute (Post, WBJ, Legal Times, AP)

Michael Brown told ex-treasurer not to report money taken from campaign account, lawyer says after audit (Post)

Panda cub had “unusual fluid in its abdomen and irregularities in its liver,” postmortem reveals (Post)

Alleged thief was shot to death after frantic struggle for gun, and after a judge’s warning to stay on the straight and narrow (Post)

D.C. high-schoolers are doing a lot better on their math SATs (D.C. Schools Insider)

City lawyers don’t like the idea of “administrative dismissals” for gun charges (WaTimes, Legal Times, WJLA-TV, Examiner)

High-performing charter schools will get a leg up in competitions for old city buildings (Post)

Charter school advocate: Vincent Gray “failed to deliver,” and his administration “continues to shortchange the children enrolled in the city’s public charter schools” (WaTimes)

Michael Davis, accused in Petworth hammer attacks, is not yet competent to stand trial (Crime Scene)

D.C. will start clearing the Skyland site this week (WBJ)

Celebrating the heroes of the District’s economic rebirth (Capital Business)

Teacher’s apples sicken Ballou students (Crime Scene)

Adam Eidinger found his remote control helicopter (YouTube, LawFare, City Desk, DCist)

Florida Avenue is getting an overhaul between U Street and Sherman Avenue (GGW)

City is refusing to release 911 call on Family Research Council shooting (WTOP)

D.C. small businesses will have to start paying attention to (and paying) use tax (WBJ)

Marie Drissel, “iGaming” foe, questions why lawmakers want to study legalized gambling (Examiner)\

Can D.C. make public broadband work? (Atlantic)

The latest plans to replace the 13th-and-U Rite Aid (WBJ)

New D.C. Court of Appeals judge is a “Zeus of the law” (Legal Times)

Only wind power for D.C. government buildings (AP)

What level of health insurance will the D.C. government guarantee under Obamacare? (DCFPI)

Former D.C. Council spokeswoman and candidate Natalie Williams says she has breast cancer (WUSA-TV)

Man sought in Northeast sex assault of transgender woman (Crime Scene)

At-large council candidates will debate (or at least talk) in Georgetown (G’town Dish)

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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