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News, announcements and other useful links for Tuesday morning

Chosen by Trump, Kavanaugh’s local connectors – and most some-more – in a open eye 

After President Trump’s prime-time proclamation Monday that he’s selected Bethesda local Brett Kavanaugh as his collect to reinstate retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy, the conservative decider from a U.S. Court of Appeals for a D.C. Circuit will face some-more inspection than ever. WAMU offers adult some pivotal sum about Kavanaugh’s history – and his stability ties to Montgomery County: his childhood in Bethesda, preparation during Georgetown Prep, his mother’s work as a county judge, and his mother Ashley’s stream pretension as Chevy Chase Village Section 5 city manager.  [WAMU]

Son’s thanks propels former Montgomery County decider Martha Kavanaugh into spotlight  

“My introduction to a law came during a cooking list when she used her shutting arguments,” Brett Kavanaugh said during a White House ceremony. “Her heading line was ‘use your common sense, what rings true, what rings false.’ That’s good recommendation for a juror and for a son.” Martha Kavanaugh was a prosecutor during a Montgomery County State’s Attorney’s Office from 1978-1984. She became a Montgomery County District Court decider in 1993 and assimilated a Circuit Court dais in 1995. [CBS] 

With another shutdown ahead, prior Red Line work had fast outcome on traffic 

As another Red Line shutdown looms, planners contend the number of cars that crossed from Maryland to D.C. increasing and speeds slowed during previous lane work surges. A six-week shutdown of a Red Line between Fort Totten and NoMa-Gallaudet is set to start Jul 21. Researchers in a Federal Transit Administration found that during 2016 lane work surges, drivers channel between Maryland and D.C. saw 1.8-percent increases in traffic on interstates and vital gourmet roads, 2-percent on teenager arterial roads and 2.8-percent on principal arterial roads. Despite a slowdowns, not all commuters returned to rail after a shutdowns, a researchers concluded. [WTOP]

Lawmakers wish answers on voter registration glitch

State lawmakers will press officials from the Motor Vehicle Administration and State Board of Elections for an reason of a mechanism glitch that unsuccessful to routine some-more than 83,000 voter registration changes. Montgomery County Del. Anne R. Kaiser (D), chairwoman of a House Ways and Means Committee, and Sen. Joan Carter Conway (D-Baltimore), president of a Senate Health, Education and Environmental Affairs Committee, have called for a abdication of Motor Vehicle Administrator Christine E. Nizer. The corner cabinet conference is Thursday during 2 p.m. in Annapolis. [Maryland Matters]

Temperatures continue to climb 

Expect somewhat aloft than normal temperatures on Tuesday, with a high reaching about 93 degrees. Skies will be sunny during a day, with some clouds relocating in overnight, when a low could strech 72 degrees.  

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