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Posted at 7:40 AM ET, 12/21/2009

Still digging out, cleaning up

By Washington Post editors

Good morning. The snow may have ended, but residents in the Washington region are still feeling its effects.

The morning commute is likely to be hampered by icy roads. But getting around should be a bit easier today:
-- Metro says that all 86 rail stations are open for business.
-- Federal workers have the day off.
-- A number of schools are delaying opening, and many are closed.

For those still housebound, here are a few things to check out:
--Prince George's Community College can no longer offer police training until it proves proper training is being provided.
--A vote could come tonight that would allow slots at Arundel Mills mall.
--A new YouTube video surfaces that allegedly shows a police officer taking out his gun during a snowball fight.

Also of note:
The Examiner reports that the D.C. auditor has found that elected officials in the district gave millions in earmarks to groups that owed back taxes or were unregistered to do business in the city.

By Washington Post editors  | December 21, 2009; 7:40 AM ET
 
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