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It’s “your turn” to set the agenda and share your views about conversations taking place in our region. Washington, D.C. experienced a violent weekend of shootings which left two dead and several others wounded. And, in a local courtroom, a Metropolitan Police Officer was spotted in a t-shirt with language and symbols local activists consider racist. In Virginia, the environment is splitting liberals over their support for the Democrat gubernatorial candidate Ralph Northam. And conflicting reports surfaced about the future ownership of the area’s Major League Soccer franchise, D.C. United.
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- Peter Hermann Reporter, Washington Post
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