In the 1850s, Richard Holmes, an enslaved man, walked off a plantation in the south, landing at the Wharf in Washington, D.C. More than a hundred years later, his great-granddaughter christened the opening of the transformed historic site.
In Effort To Rein In Child Care Costs, D.C. Set To Expand Subsidies, Cap What Families Pay
By Marlana Wallace • August 7, 2018
House Republicans Target District Over Effort to Prop Up Affordable Care Act
By dcfpiadmin • July 19, 2018
Ben Carson Says He’s Raising Rents to Put Poor Americans to Work. But in the District, the Majority are Either Elderly, Disabled or Already at Work.
By dcfpiadmin • July 13, 2018