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Ken Cummins is best known as “Loose Lips,”to readers of the Washington City Paper, but, after fifteen-and-a-half years writing the popular column on D.C. Politics, he has decided to hand over the reins to Eric Wemple. Kojo speaks with Cummins and Wemple about the column and the importance of keeping people up-to-date with the goings-on in city politics.
- Erik Wemple Editor, "Washington City Paper"
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