David Catania’s conflict of interest

I just cannot believe the Washington City Paper‘s willful naivete about David Catania.

Catania has a well-earned reputation for being on the right side of ethical issues. He was the first to call for former Ward 5 Councilmember Harry Thomas Jr. to resign and took on Medicaid contractor Jeff Thompson, now at the center of the federal investigation into Mayor Vince Gray’s campaign, when Thompson was at the height of his powers.

How often have we seen that those the quickest to point the finger and make accusations are the most guilty? How many times? Cantania is a notorious advocate of the sort of privatization that his employer profits from.

David Catania’s Double Dipping

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