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By Tammy Bruce
Sheryl Sandberg, Beyonce are bossy women trying to ban bossy from our vocabulary
Topic - Cherita F. Whiting
Survey: Allen, Kaine still tied; Kaine will accept PAC and lobbyist money; Document: D.C. mayoral appointee Whiting made roughly double what was first reported; D.C. mayor testifies on Hill today about city finances; Virginia Public Access Project keeps tabs on state-level races; Va. governor asks for delay of BRAC move to Mark Center
D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray's campaign consultant-turned-political appointee Cherita F. Whiting was earning $98,000 per year, not the $65,000 annually the Gray administration previously reported to the D.C. Council, according to D.C. government employee listings obtained by The Washington Times.
D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray's campaign consultant turned political appointee Cherita F. Whiting was earning $98,000 per year, not the $65,000 annually the Gray administration previously reported to the D.C. Council, according to D.C. government employee listings obtained by The Washington Times.
at DPR in April, six weeks after she told The Times she failed to disclose a 2001 felony conviction to her government employers, despite a city requirement that job applicants report felony convictions from the past 10 years.
"Those who know, know, and those who didn't, I felt didn't need to," Ms. Whiting told The Times, in