Damascus, Washington, Dr Stephen Fuller discussed on Mornings On the Mall with Brian Wilson

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An inch wide to get a couple here is a great then you find out and just loss for over here health care is tough correspondence was on belvaux a fire early this morning gutted the home in damascus and destroyed the montgomery county police cruiser park outside firefighters were called of singlefamily home and avenue shortly after three this morning neighbors say they could hear several minutes of explosion says the live ammo inside the police cruiser was consumed by the fire washington's economic growth continues to be sluggish says while local economist dr stephen fuller says the washington area has now for six years in a row grown more slowly than other metro areas and the jobs we got back after the recession he says pay less than the jobs we lost to really a call correction among business leaders government officials local and state government officials to take notice in the work with our assets which are considerable we ever walk to work with your we're just not paying attention dc schools chancellor's put out new rules forbidding preferential treatment for current and former government officials want to get their kids into a popular school dole chancellor antoine wilson's action comes after a dc inspector general's report found that former chancellor kaya henderson gave preferential treatment to public officials children and a threejudge federal court panel set to hear arguments today the lawsuit challenging marilyn's congressional redistricting map judges will hear arguments on whether the case should be put on hold while the us supreme court considers similar case from wisconsin checking your money the dow open today of twenty one five fifty three the nasdaq at sixty to seventy four sports the national start the second half of the season's the road in cincinnati the orioles are home to begin a weekend series with the cubs wnba mystics are in indiana tonight wmal news time 705 next traffic and weather.

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