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Martin Austermuhle

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Martin Austermuhle appears in the following:

Legalized Pot In D.C. A Symbolic Victory For Marijuana Advocates

Thursday, February 26, 2015

It's now legal to smoke pot in the nation's capital, but you can't do so in public and you still can't buy it legally. Despite the restrictions that are greater than other jurisdictions that have legalized marijuana, many advocates of the voter-approved law say it is symbolic in many other ways.

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Unless Congress Intervenes, Recreational Pot Is About To Be Legal In D.C.

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Beginning Thursday, residents of Washington, D.C. will be free to smoke marijuana recreationally. D.C.'s new law allows people over 21 to possess, grow and smoke pot, but not sell it.

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Voters Said Yes, But D.C. And Congress Continue To Spar Over Pot

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

In November, District of Columbia residents voted to legalize marijuana. Still, the measure's status remains in flux while the city fights against Congress for autonomy on the issue.

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Streetcar Funding Slashed By D.C. Council

Thursday, May 29, 2014

The D.C. Council voted to cut spending for a planned 22-mile network of streetcars — and use the money to pay for tax cuts. But Mayor Vincent Gray says that puts the entire program in jeopardy.

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Bright Lights, No Carpet: Big Changes Coming to D.C.'s Metro

Friday, November 22, 2013

WAMU

Say goodbye to dim station lighting and ratty carpet in Metro trains.

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Capital Bikeshare Turns Three, Expands Into Maryland

Friday, September 20, 2013

WAMU

It's been three years since Capital Bikeshare's iconic—if bulky and somewhat slow-rolling—red bikes started appearing in the region, and the bike-sharing system is continuing its expansion in D.C. and the surrounding areas.

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Maryland Gets In On Capital Bikeshare

Monday, June 10, 2013

Capital Bikeshare has been a huge hit for commuters and cyclists in D.C., Arlington and Alexandria, but up until now, the Maryland suburbs have largely been left out of the popular bike-sharing program.

By this summer, that will change.

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