Council to Share D.C. Mayoral Hires Report Aug. 24

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    ASSOCIATED PRESS

    The D.C. Council is preparing to share the findings of its investigation into Mayor Vincent Gray's hiring practices.

    Councilmember Mary Cheh announced Tuesday that a preliminary report on allegations of improper hiring will be released on Aug. 24.

    A Council committee is looking into allegations of nepotism, cronyism and inflated salaries in the early weeks of the Gray administration.

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