Good morning, Washington area -- Five stories to keep you informed and get you going:
Report: Memo reveals Arlington ticket quota: A memo sent to Arlington County police officers earlier this month appears to outline a quota system for traffic tickets, arrests and parking citations. http://bit.ly/GAPHw1
New Metro map to change the lives of 100K+ commuters: Arguably the most renowned regional symbol of transportation will change this summer. http://bit.ly/GAyGym
Chicken debate heats up in Annapolis: Annapolis Mayor Josh Cohen has proposed an ordinance to allow city residents to keep as many as five hens, but no roosters, on their properties. http://bit.ly/GAyQ8R
Job seekers getting asked for Facebook passwords: In their efforts to vet applicants, some companies and government agencies are going beyond merely glancing at a person's social networking profiles and instead asking to log in as the user to have a look around. http://bit.ly/GAzdQP
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