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July 16, 2013

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Avon

For things in D.C. to run efficiently is a shot in the arm to the self-esteem of the District and its people.

I wonder why BigLaw gets three of the seven seats on the kingmaker panel, though. Not that today's outcome is any problem, but aren't there enough other constituencies in the District that ought to be represented? It's a shame to leave even a mere impression of paternalism, when there should be a measure of inclusiveness and grass-roots involvement.

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