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Fare hike unlikely on Metro

Metro finally has some good news for its grumpy and shrinking pool of riders: Fares are likely to stay the same next year. This week, Metro's board will hear how staffers think reliability on the rails can be improved.

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Senator targets wasteful year-end government spending

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