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Examiner Local Editorial: Corruption does lasting damage to D.C.'s reputation

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Kwame Brown's tenure as the powerful chairman of the District Council ended just as it had begun, with a public display of personal greed that embarrassed the city he served and further eroded public confidence in the council he led. The damage he did to the city's reputation is incalculable. There were signs that the youngest council chairman in D.C. history had an oversized appetite for...

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