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AP Video: The Bar Hour Debate

AP gets more reaction to the controversy from Mayor Adrian Fenty and the head of the police union, and chats with some average workers in the District. Vote in our poll or leave your comments after the jump.

By Christopher Dean Hopkins  |  December 11, 2008; 10:20 AM ET  | Category:  Entertainment
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I think most people are missing the real reason that bars and rstaurants should stay open all night: Unless one is going to a pre-ball dinner, the Inaugural Balls serve very little food and, if one goes to an after-ball party (again, not much food) - by 3 AM you are starving...I know because after the first Clinton Inaugural, we drove around for an hour to find an open restaurant and finally found a diner in Alexandria and had breakfast about 5 AM...believe me, restaurants will make a fortune as those attending the balls will be STARVING!!!!!!!!!

Posted by: carolineC1 | December 11, 2008 10:47 AM | Report abuse

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