U.S. District Court Open to New 6th District Congressional Boundaries for 2020 election; Adventure Theatre in Glen Echo To Reopen

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U.S. District Court panel open to new 6th District congressional boundaries for 2020 election

After a group of Republican voters sued the state in 2013 claiming their First Amendment constitutional rights had been infringed based on the redrawing of boundaries in Maryland’s 6th Congressional District, a three-judge U.S. District Court panel expressed willingness Thursday to force Maryland to adopt new congressional boundaries for the 2020 election — if the judges find that a challenge to the state’s current map has merit. [Maryland Matters]

Based on dozens of interviews, The Washington Post publishes on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh

Based on dozens of interviews with friends, classmates, co-workers and mentors, The Washington Post reports on U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s upbringing in the D.C. suburbs. [Washington Post]

Adventure Theatre to reopen this month after fire

After an electrical fire caused $500,000 in damages at Adventure Theatre seven months ago, staff are gearing up to reopen the Glen Echo Park facility Oct. 15 [mymcmedia]

Today’s weather

A high near 70 degrees is in today’s forecast along with cloudy skies and isolated showers before 2 p.m. Chance of precipitation is 20 percent. Tonight there will be areas of drizzle with a slight chance of rain and a low around 62.

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