UPDATED 5-23-15 - in another editorial Thursday (21) the Post urged full funding to outfit all officers with cameras and urged
Police departments and communities are looking to body cameras to curb police misconduct and rebuild community trust.
The State Department’s latest defense on why it can’t comply with your ancient Freedom of Information request for documents is: Blame it on Hillary.
The District of Columbia’s 5-cent bag fee — heralded as one of the nation’s most successful “bag laws” — has become a familiar and accepted routine at cash registers across the city.
Kevin Goldberg, president of the D.C. Open Government Coalition, told the Committee on the Judiciary of the D.C.
DC - 5/7/15 -- The D.C. Council Committee on the Judiciary hears witnesses at 2:00 today including the press and the D.C. Open Government Coalition opposing D.C.
A showdown between the mayor of the District of Columbia and the first-ever elected attorney general has been averted for now.
Cybersecurity legislation advancing in Congress could create the first brand-new exemption to the Freedom of Information Act in nearly half a century—a prospect that alarms transparency advocates a
EQUIPPING POLICE officers with body cameras can be a powerful tool in building trust between citizens and law enforcement.
UPDATED 4/18/15 At week's end, the Washington Post revealed it, too, had been seeking body-cam videos under the DC Freedom of
What does WMATA need? Just more money, and otherwise everything is okay? Major cuts, abandoning hope of eight-car trains and fixing the Blue Line in this generation?
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