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D.C. Council faces dozens of bills in sprint to finish

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The D.C. Council is poised to sprint to the end of its session Tuesday as members race to finish work on dozens of bills before adjourning for the year and allowing any unapproved measures to fizzle. Lawmakers are set to give final consideration to bills that aim to relax gun laws, keep libraries open longer, impose a new tax and cut speeding fines. They approved each bill during a 13-hour...

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