Big bus fuss

Delaney, Arthur
July 2007
Hill;7/25/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 90, p36
The article focuses on the banning of commercial tour buses from streets adjacent to the Capitol complex by the U.S. Capitol Police in Washington D.C. It is stated that the ban was part of continued efforts to enhance security within the Capitol complex, not of a specific threat. However, locals of the side streets opposed. Ward 6 D.C. Council member Tommy Wells introduced emergency legislation to keep the buses out of the Capitol Hill historic district which was approved on July 10, 2007.


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