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Ethics Committee may raise penalties for rule-breakers

And if they have time, maybe they'll look into the mayor's bike trip in Europe, although I doubt they'll rule against him. >More
 Brunch Links: July 1

A delicious round-up of local news items for your midday political fix. >More
 Vending Oversight Committee denies Socialists exemption

Wrong again. The VOC gives the pinkos the slip. Mike Verveer apparently the only supporter. >More
 Justice for Socialists or special treatment?

The Vending Oversight Committee will vote on granting the International Socialist Organization an exemption from regulations to sell its newspapers on State St. >More
 Terrence Wall...and for what?

The real estate millionaire goes after the plastics millionaire. But for what? Hurt feelings? Is anybody going to pay attention to him? >More
 Brunch Links: June 30

A delicious round-up of local news items. Actually, all you get today is wheatgrass. >More
 I stand corrected: Feingold race may be close

A new poll shows Feingold in a vulnerable position against Ron Johnson. >More
 Brunch Links: June 29

A delicious round-up of local news items. >More
 Political numbers of the day

The Democrats will likely lose seats in D.C. this November, but Nate Silver's polling shows that both parties helped the Democratic chances in recent primaries. >More
 Governor candidates don't want to discuss gay marriage

They don't want to talk about it because the polling data looks so tenuous from both sides. Voters still are against gay marriage, but they don't like hearing Republicans talk about it. That makes for a silent détente between the two sides. >More
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