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Recommendation delayed on $5b D.C. power line project

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A District task force has delayed the release of long-awaited recommendations about whether the city should bury its power lines, a project that could cost $5 billion. The committee that includes city officials, residents and Pepco's president has been meeting since August to evaluate whether such a plan was necessary or feasible. Its recommendations were due Thursday, but the group has...

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