Regarding the Sept. 11 Metro article “Hill GOP presses on Evans scandal”: Unlike Reps. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) and Mark Meadows (R-N.C.), I fail to see why corruption allegations against D.C. Council member
Metro’s inspector general will investigate the agency’s ethics probe of former board chairman Jack Evans at the request of the House Oversight Committee, officials said Friday. The inquiry is expected
Metro board leaders on Thursday proposed requiring future ethics investigations be made public, after the secrecy surrounding the recent inquiry into former board chairman Jack Evans drew widespread scorn.
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House Republicans are pressing for a deeper investigation of D.C. Council member Jack Evans’s “ethically compromised” behavior when he was Metro board chairman, including whether he and an ally tried obstruct
D.C. Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) will nominate a deputy who led the Department of Motor Vehicles for more than a decade to replace Corbett Price on the Metro board, her spokeswoman confirmed Saturday. selection