A Capitol Hill sledding ban didn't stop families from having wintery fun.
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But Jim Cantore might show up.
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The Capitol Police can't stop you from having fun.
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DC's delegate wants to make sure kids don't get chased off Capitol Hill after tonight's snowfall.
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