Despite 38 points from John Wall, the Wizards lost to the Rockets 114-106 yesterday. (Jacquelyn Martin/AP)

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From reader @anc7c04

#dmvreads RT @mikedebonis: Activists seek to end corporate giving to D.C. political funds through ballot initiative

— Sylvia C. Brown (@anc7c04) January 17, 2012

From PostLocal’s Emily Ingram

Wow. Just ... wow.: Burger King tests delivery in D.C. area #DMVReads

— Emily Ingram (@emilyingram) January 17, 2012

Other worthwhile reads:

The Wizards somehow managed to squander a career-high 38 points by John Wall in a loss to the Rockets. (DC Sports Box)

The District’s recent crackdown on prostitution has made it more difficult for local area health workers to reach out to them. (WAMU)

A new study suggests that global warming related sea level rises could pose a big threat to the D.C. area. (Washington Post)

What exactly can we take away from a new survey and report on the Capital Bikeshare program? (The WashCycle)