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The House committee that oversees the nation's capital is launching a study on potential changes to building height restrictions in Washington.
As a ballroom in the Hyatt Regency near Capitol Hill began to fill with people on election night, familiar faces from D.C.'s government made the rounds, greeting friends and constituents before inevitably landing in front of a TV to watch election results roll in.
The Senate has approved a resolution to move the District of Columbia's statue of abolitionist Frederick Douglass to the United States Capitol.
Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton says a Senate committee has matched the House by approving a bill that would allow continued commercial filming and photography on a piece of land near the Capitol.
District of Columbia Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton is having an HIV test on Capitol Hill and says members of Congress should lead by example.
Norton is calling on the Ward 8 official to stop targeting racial groups when calling attention to issues.
A law that limits how tall buildings can be in D.C. has stood unchanged for more than 100 years. But there is talk of tweaking it and a key lawmaker has something to say about that.
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