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Washington, D.C. has four public restrooms downtown –accommodations that some argue don’t adequately serve the city’s visitors or residents who are housing insecure. Kojo explores a new push for more clean and safe public restroom accommodations for all.
- Sheila White Member, People For Fairness Coalition
- Marcia Bernbaum Member, People For Fairness Coalition
- Brianne Nadeau Member, D.C. Council (D-Ward 1); @BrianneKNadeau
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