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D.C. Council rebooting more than a dozen failed bills

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Ahead of the D.C. Council's first legislative session of 2013 last week, lawmakers offered the traditional vows of progress. And then they introduced more than a dozen measures the council allowed to die as recently as December, an action as traditional as the speeches, on matters ranging from campaign finance reform to trash cans to police staffing levels. Ward 3 Councilwoman Mary Cheh, who...

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