Beachgoers enjoy the last days of summer in Ocean City, Md., on  Sept. 1, 2013. (Nikki Kahn/The Washington Post)

Rodney will not be pleased. In order to send a don’t-tread-on-us message to Rep. Andy Harris (R-Md.), sponsor of the budget amendment overturning D.C.’s marijuana decriminalization law, Mayor Vincent C. Gray (D) and D.C. Vote are urging city residents to ditch their Ocean City plans and head instead to Rehoboth, Virginia Beach, the Outer Banks, even Ocean City, N.J. — anywhere but Maryland’s 1st Congressional District. Said Gray: “I don’t think we should support someone who doesn’t support us, who doesn’t support democracy, period.” Said Harris: “Spending the weekend on the beautiful, family friendly Eastern Shore is more important than increasing drug use by D.C. teenagers.” And said one Eastern Shore tourism official: “There’s got to be a better way to hit Andy Harris where he’s going to feel it.” More from WRC-TVWAMU-FMWNEW-FMAP

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