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Mayor Bowser promised not to sign DC's eight week paid family leave bill, but now she must choose whether or not to actively veto it. If she does, she could face a struggle to get five councilmembers willing to uphold the veto. (Martin Austermuhle / WAMU)Twitter
If FBI headquarters move to Greenbelt, the site will need 60% more parking than originally planned. With Metro nearby, the site's plans originally included space for 3,600 parking spots for 11,000 employees. Now officials say the site will actually need 6,000 spots. (Drew Hansen / WBJ)Twitter
Two office buildings under construction in Southwest will instead become mixed-use buildings with apartment space because developers couldn't get enough commercial tenants to sign on to leases. (Nena Perry-Brown / Urban Turf)Twitter
While not scientific, Maryland Congressman John Delaney's online poll on the state of Metro found that 38% of respondents thought that Metro was in worse shape than last year compared to 25% who saw improvement. (Faiz Siddiqui / Post)Twitter
Don't think of zoning as dry, instead check out some tongue-in-cheek posters, inspired by the YIMBY (Yes In My Backyard) movement, that encourage us all to share thoughts on housing policy with friends and loved ones. (Henry Grabar / Slate)Twitter
Where seniors live can make a big impact on their health, according to a new study that looked at neighborhood walkability, access to mixed public resources, and safety. (Population Reference Bureau)Twitter