A protestor in Seattle, Wa. in 2015.

A protestor in Seattle, Wa. in 2015.

The national political conventions gripped communities across the country this month. But a series of local stories hit the Washington region one after the other this week – from the release from a psychiatric hospital of the man who attempted to assassinate Ronald Reagan decades ago to the resolution of the criminal prosecutions related to the death of Freddie Gray. It’s your turn to set the agenda and share perspectives on the news affecting local D.C.

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