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Sen. David Vitter, Louisiana Republican, says he'll try to force the Senate to vote on a bill halting the subsidy that lawmakers and their staffs get to pay for insurance on the Obamacare exchanges, saying that's a benefit no other American receives, so Congress shouldn't either. (Associated Press)

GOP senator wants to subpoena D.C. health exchange

- The Washington Times

Republican Sen. David Vitter will ask his Senate committee next week to authorize a subpoena against the D.C. health exchange, turning up the heat in his lengthy quest to find out who allowed Congress to use the city’s small-business Obamacare portal.

D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser wants footage from the Metropolitan Police Department's expanding body camera program to be exempt from public records requests, making the District one of an increasing number of jurisdictions trying to limit access in order to balance the technology with privacy concerns. (Associated Press)

D.C. wants to keep police body camera footage hidden from public eye

- The Washington Times

D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser wants footage from the Metropolitan Police Department’s expanding body camera program to be exempt from public records requests, making the District one of an increasing number of jurisdictions trying to limit access in order to balance the technology with privacy concerns.

During Wednesday's "veto session," Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe is expected to move on several amendments, including one extending the time police may store license plate data to 60 days, a notion running afoul of privacy advocates. (Associated Press)

Terry McAullife data storage plan irks privacy lobby

- The Washington Times

Proposed changes from Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe to legislation dealing with surveillance technology and ethics are expected to receive substantial attention when lawmakers return to Richmond Wednesday for a one-day “veto session” to accept or reject the governor’s amendments and vetoes.

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Rusty Humphries talks with Pat Buchanan and Michael Harrison

Day 2 from "Hold Their Feet To The Fire," the anti-illegal immigration radio row, sponsored by FAIRus.org. Rusty Humphries talks with legendary Patrick J. Buchanan about issues of the day. Michael Harrison of Talkers Magazine drops by to talk "inside talk radio." Luis Pozzolo from The Alliance for Immigration Justice and Roy Beck from Numbers USA join Rusty in discussing the fight against amnesty.

Free-range parents deserve a break

- The Washington Times

Here's what happens when nebby noses poke where they don't belong. A mom and dad in one of America's wealthiest counties are being overscrutinized and threatened with legal action for allowing their children to do what parents have been allowing, indeed encouraging, children to do for generations.

D.C. Council to vote on medical care contract for city jail

- The Washington Times

The D.C. Council will vote Tuesday on whether to award a $66 million contract for medical care at the city jail to a for-profit company that has been criticized for providing poor services at other facilities — setting lawmakers up for their first major clash with Mayor Muriel Bowser.