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Rep. Jim Moran, D-Va., is correct that moving more than 6,000 Defense Department employees from a building right at a Metro subway stop to one just off an already-congested highway is fraught with peril. But Moran's proposed fix -- keeping DOD in its current lease at Crystal City as long as possible -- would also benefit a politically connected developer who recently became his No. 1 source of...

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