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Inauguration Aggregation
Welcome to your daily dose of inauguration news! Here are the headlines we're reading this morning. By Emily Leaman
Comments () | Published December 17, 2008

Despite Washington's request for 500 Los Angeles deputies, the LA Board of Supervisors voted yesterday to send only 112 to help out during the inauguration.

Cell phone providers are boosting capacity in and around the National Mall, the AP reports. They're gearing up for record crowds that could max-out their systems and result in lots of dropped calls.

AOL cofounder James Kimsey has put Frank Lloyd Wright home on the inauguration rental market. His home can be yours for $100,000 for the week

The DC Council amended their inauguration last-call legislation last night: Instead of allowing bars to serve alcohol until 5 AM, they'll be able to do so until 4 AM. Bars can, however, stay open around the clock to serve food.  

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