Gandhi takes on the Post; Dems go after Ryan; Ambulance fee agreement; Regulate Uber?

August 14, 2012 - 02:09 PM
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Today on NewsTalk, DC’s Chief Financial Officer rejected the Washington Post claim that his office is “giving up the store” in the way it grants property tax assessment appeals. The paper says the city is losing billions because of the CFO’s actions, a claim Gandhi and deputy Stephen Cordi strongly reject.

Politico’s White House editor, Rachel Smolkin, talked about why Democrats view Mitt Romney’s new running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) as a ripe target for attack.

Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett talked about his settlement with volunteer firefighters over the proposed ambulance fee – and we discussed a pointed letter from Gov. Martin O’Malley, who takes Leggett and the school board to task over the future of a Potomac farm.

And David Alpert of Greater Greater Washington discussed Uber, the app-activated car service that has legions of fans but about whom many regulatory questions have been raised. 

Watch the rest of today's show after the jump.

 

Wednesday at 10a: Maryland’s special session on gambling; Councilman Michael Brown

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