Photo by PoPville flickr user Lorie Shaull
Ed. Note: Speaking of which:
At Mayor-Council breakfast, @MayorBowser says next month’s #MarchForOurLives will be held on Pennsylvania Avenue & organizers expect 500k participants. DC’s public safety agencies are working on logistics. pic.twitter.com/EJKgaqoDcB
— Deputy Mayor Donahue (@SafeDC) February 27, 2018
From the Mayor’s Office:
“Mayor Bowser announced that she is introducing legislation to ban the possession, use, and sale of bump stocks in the District of Columbia. The Mayor will introduce the legislation to the DC Council, and once approved by the Council, it will move to Congress for the congressional review period. Mayor Bowser will work with Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton to fight back against any congressional interference with this common-sense legislation.
“Americans are demanding common-sense action, and as leaders, we must listen and act. Bump stocks, which turn already dangerous weapons into lethal machines, have no place in our society,” said Mayor Bowser. “President Trump said he may try to ban bump stocks without sending it to Congress. If the President won’t send a bump stock ban to Congress, we will.”
If passed, Washington, DC will be among the first states to ban bump stocks, following California, Massachusetts, and New Jersey.
Although the 700,000 residents of Washington, DC have no voting representative in the Senate or House of Representatives, Congress has a history of interfering with the District’s local gun control laws. Currently, there are multiple bills introduced in the 115th Congress that would overturn DC’s gun laws, including a bill introduced by Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Rep. Thomas Garrett (R-VA) that would completely gut the District’s gun laws by legalizing assault weapons and high-capacity magazines and allowing guns in schools.”
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Thanks to Michele for sending: “this beauty on the Mall Tuesday.”
Thanks to Noplacelikenoma for sharing yesterday from Parker Street, NE. Ed. Note: If you see a swarm please call or text the DC Beekeepers Alliance at (202) 255-4318 or email…
Thanks to Mark for sending from 9th St and NY Ave NW.
NoMa in Bloom
NoMa in Bloom Festival returns to Alethia Tanner Park on Saturday, April 1st, from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.! The free National Cherry Blossom official event includes free kite kits for kite-making and flying, live music from DJ Mathia Broohm, an artisan market curated
Women Brewers & Distillers Tasting at metrobar
Join us for a celebration of beer and spirits from these amazing local women! Tickets are $25 and get you tasting pours of many of their beers and spirits, plus learn about these local libations from the women who create