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Ward 8 Candidates to Debate Monday

WASHINGTON (WNEW) – Candidates for the D.C. Council Ward 8 seat formerly held by “Mayor for Life” Marion Barry will debate Monday night.

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Report: Marion Barry's Estate Suing His Kidney Donor

WASHINGTON — The woman who donated a kidney to the late Marion Barry in 2009, Kim Dickens, is being sued by Barry’s widow, according to court documents obtained by… 174 more words

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Report: Marion Barry's Estate Suing His Kidney Donor

WASHINGTON — The woman who donated a kidney to the late Marion Barry in 2009, Kim Dickens, is being sued by Barry’s widow, according to court documents obtained by… 174 more words

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Marion Barry's Widow Brings Lawsuit Against His Kidney Donor

Some years after Kim Dickens donated a kidney to Marion Barry, former Washington D.C. mayor, the late politician’s widow is suing her. After I read the story, it appears the foundation, who promotes organ donation, claims on its website that Marion Barry helped Dickens found the organization. 77 more words

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Marion Barry’s Widow Brings Lawsuit Against His Kidney Donor

Years after Kim Dickens donated a kidney to former Washington D.C. mayor Marion Barry, the late politician’s widow is suing her.

The Washington City Paper reports that Cora Masters Barry has filed a lawsuit against Dickens for using her husband’s “celebrity identity” to raise money for the Barry Dickens Kidney Foundation, a charity Dickens founded. 185 more words

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CED 2014 Press Release

Community & Economic Development Symposium

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

October 15, 2014

Community Economic Development Symposium Excels in 2nd Year

ARC President, Doug Hooker provides speech on the Rebounding of Atlanta Region… 693 more words

Marion Barry's Son Declines Plea Offer in Bank Altercation

WASHINGTON — The son of former District of Columbia Mayor Marion Barry has declined an offer from prosecutors to plead guilty to misdemeanor charges after an altercation at a downtown Washington bank. 114 more words

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