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(Washington Post) — District voters will decide in November whether the city’s attorney general should be elected instead of appointed by the mayor, according to emergency legislation the D.C. Council approved Tuesday.  The council’s action, which follows years of wrangling over the role of the D.C. attorney general, sets the stage for the first citywide referendum since 2002.

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