D.C. Politics



Doctors could decide minors age 11 and up are capable of informed consent for their own vaccinations.

After narrow primary victory, first-time office holder has yet to win over activists.

Policy positions and profiles of D.C. council at-large candidates.

Twenty-three candidates — only a few of them well-known — are running for at-large seats on the D.C. Council.

Signature verification is the District’s primary safeguard against election fraud — but some voters are worried theirs won’t match up.

What you need to know about the candidates before you vote.

A bill to create a task force to study reparations will be paired with a resolution declaring racism a public health crisis in D.C.

Rates for individual coverage on D.C. Health Link will rise overall by 0.2 percent, while rates for small-group coverage will decrease by 0.5 percent.

Charitable funds operated by D.C. politicians have gone largely unused during the economic and health crisis.

“It’s like deer in the headlights,” said a staffer desperate for information.

In total, the city’s shortfall could reach nearly $1 billion in the fiscal year that begins Thursday.

The institution addressed the ethics controversy surrounding the hire of the former D.C. city administrator.

The Post newsroom is compiling everywhere voters can cast their ballot in the Washington region this election cycle.

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The announcement comes after city officials said the arena east of the Anacostia River wouldn’t be available.

Spurred by a historic year, people in their 20s and 30s are volunteering in record numbers.

Washington Mystics guard Natasha Cloud pushed Events D.C. to make the Entertainment and Sports Arena available.

Howard U. offered a job to a top city official instrumental to the hospital deal.

Ethics board found “technical violation” involving legislation for new Howard hospital

The D.C. Elections Board has upped the number of vote centers in Wards 7 and 8, which won’t have a large-scale voting site.

The District made $400,000 in gambling revenue after projecting $17 million for the fiscal year ending Oct. 1.

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