D.C. Council Passes Emergency Bill to Address City’s Violent Crime

July 13, 2023

“It cannot wait,” Ward 2 Councilwoman Brooke Pinto said as she introduced and celebrated the almost unanimous passage (12-1) of three emergency public safety bills by the D.C. Council on […]

Crime: As Shootings Mar Holiday Weekend, Mayor Searches for New Police Chief 

June 20, 2023

Despite the Jubilation of the Father’s Day and Juneteenth weekend in the nation’s capital, gales of gun violence tore through the city as Mayor Bowser continues to search for a […]

District Funding Shortages Likely to Delay Free Metrobus Plans 

May 8, 2023

Visions for a new transit plan in downtown D.C. share a common goal: easy flow of public and private vehicles, bicycles and scooters along with safe pedestrian experiences in crossing […]

House Committee Passes Disapproval Resolution of D.C. Police Reform Law

March 30, 2023

Another joint congressional resolution of disapproval of a D.C. law — this one on police reform — was passed by the House of Representatives Committee on Oversight and Accountability on […]