Breaking News: Lottery Contract Withdrawn
D.C. Chief Financial Officer Natwar M. Gandhi just testified at a D.C. Council hearing moments ago that he and Mayor Adrian M. Fenty (D) have agreed to withdraw a controversial new lottery contract to a nine-month-old company.
Some council members raised questions about the proposal and the firm's principals, including an owner of a building with housing code violations and a Ward 1 advisory neighborhood commissioner.
Gandhi said he will do more research on the company and its principals before potentially resubmitting a new proposal to the mayor.
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