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Fairfax dancers cut ‘Footloose’ over proposed dance floor rule; two former D.C. inspectors charged in bribery sting (A.M. Buzz)

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( Even hand-dancing requires more than 150 square feet. Betty and Tony Garcia at the D.C. Hand Dance Club holiday party. (Evy Mages - FOR THE WASHINGTON POST) )

Two former D.C. inspectors have been charged with soliciting and accepting bribes in return for not reporting environmental violations at a Southwest apartment complex then under renovation. The two were arrested in a sting back in August.

Montgomery County school officials are considering banning the distribution of outside groups’ fliers after parents and students complained about a leaflet from an ex-gay group that some found offensive. The group claims gay people can change their sexual orientation.

Coming up later today:

Who’s to blame when a couple moves into a million-dollar house in Prince George’s County and doesn’t make a payment for more than five years? Starting at 1 p.m., you can talk with The Post’s Annys Shin about the story and weigh in with your own thoughts.

Chris Cillizza will be live online at 8 p.m. to discuss the latest election results from the Super Tuesday primaries--including in Virginia--and what they mean for the Republican candidates’ campaigns.


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