Metro nixes negative balances, all sorts of Washingtonians are growing pot now, and more news of the day over in the District.
- More on Jose Andres’ disaster relief heroism. [CBS]
- A guide to giving back in D.C. this year. [WCP]
- Metro is ending the practice of allowing negative balances on SmarTrip cards. [Post]
- Metrorail leaders are also considering another alternative to manual train operations. [WAMU]
- And work on the Red Line wreaks havoc on the morning commute. [Post]
- Looks like we’ll be seeing less of Jason Werth’s beard. [Post]
- D.C. has a new $10 million fund to preserve affordable housing. [Post]
- People are really doing the “home grow” in “home grow, home use.” [Post]
- D.C. is getting something of a beach bar. [Washingtonian]
- Four shootings over the weekend left one person dead and multiple injured. [WJLA]
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