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Decarbonizing DC will be dirty work
Compliance fines and renewable energy credits are not encouraging energy providers to decarbonize DC's power grid. The District should directly finance renewable expansion and confront the dirty work head-on.
College Park is a Company Town
The time is now ripe for College Park to become a union town—if the people of Maryland make it.
What do YIMBYs of NOVA really want?
YIMBYs of NOVA promises to "make housing affordable to all" through more development. However, its leaders' ideological commitments call to question just how much their proposals will result in real gain for NOVA's working-class.
Five lawsuits demonstrate MPD's inability to reform
In the past fourteen months, current and former officers have brought five lawsuits against MPD. The failure of the department to protect honest whistleblowers casts doubt on the possibility of police reform.
Did the midterms save democracy?
Pundits took the Democrats' strength in the midterms as a referendum on Republican extremism and support for moderation. But the results really show that voters want more from Democrats, not less.
Make Amazon Pay
Brief coverage of an anti-Amazon rally held on Black Friday.