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Top D.C. news: Climate change protesters hit the streets; Hogan releases millions for DC Metro

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By Hoodline - Published on September 27, 2019.

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Washington.

DC-area woman starts healthy food subscription service for people with autoimmune diseases

Simply AIP delivers a monthly box filled with anti-inflammatory snacks and ingredients.

Read the full story on washingtonian.

Maryland governor releases millions of dollars for D.C. metro system

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan released tens of millions of dollars in state aid for Washington, D.C.'s Metro system on Thursday.

Read the full story on Baltimore Sun.

Shut Down DC hits Northwest on Friday morning

Beginning at 7 a.m., the group met in McPherson Square to begin their climate change protest.

Read the full story on washingtonian.

Flight diverted after passenger stuck in bathroom

Officials say a United Airlines flight from Washington. to San Francisco was diverted to Denver after a passenger got stuck inside the jet’s bathroom.

Read the full story on KTVU Fox 2.


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