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Latest Sulaimon Brown Items
Former Prince George's Co. exec Johnson pleads guilty to felony charges; D.C. Council gets court order for witnesses in Mayor Gray personnel probe; Va. groups ask for delay of new adoption regs; Cuccinelli hires dating columnist for press staff; Lawyer: D.C. police officer 'scapegoated' by Chief Lanier; O'Malley to sign controversial waste-to-energy bill; Schaefer's $2.4 million will touch many
D.C. Council votes today on court-ordered subpoenas in Gray probe; D.C. Council member urges scrapping 6 of mayor's 13 tax- or fee-increase proposals; Va.'s low unemployment triggers end to some jobless benefits; Defense cuts hitting private sector; O'Malley at potential odds with environmental supporters; Police: Driver in Olney wreck smelled like alcohol
The D.C. Council on Tuesday sought a court order to bring in key witnesses who have ducked hearings on Mayor Vincent C. Gray's personnel practices.
Vincent C. Gray's campaign chairman says she never gave money or promised a job to the minor 2010 mayoral candidate who says he got both to furtively act as a Gray campaign operative last year.
Vincent C. Gray's campaign chairman testified Friday that she did not give payments or the promise a job to a minor mayoral candidate who says he got both those perks to furtively act as a Gray campaign operative last year.
A hearing Friday by the D.C. Government Operations Committee into the personnel practices of Mayor Vincent C. Gray features a witness list that could shed a bright light on the inner workings of his administration's postelection hiring spree, but promises — like four previous sessions — to turn the panel's oversight exercise into a political dead end.
Sulaimon Brown, a key witness sought by a D.C. Council committee exploring Mayor Vincent C. Gray's hiring practices, is not happy with the method used to summon him to a hearing next Friday.
A D.C. Council member took a new approach to reeling in a pair of elusive witnesses to testify at hearings on Mayor Vincent C. Gray's hiring practices: the mail.
A D.C. Council member has taken a new approach to reeling in a pair of elusive witnesses to testify at hearings on Mayor Vincent C. Gray's hiring practices: the mail.